A break in a water-transmission line left several Pacific Beach shops without plumbing service Monday afternoon.
The ruptured 30-inch-diameter pipeline near the intersection of Damon Avenue and Mission Bay Drive began overflowing shortly before 1 p.m., city spokesman Arian Collins said. It took crews about a half-hour to deactivate the failed line.
“As a result of the shutdown, there were reports of low water pressure in several parts of the city,” Collins said.
As of mid-afternoon, three businesses were without water service.
There was no immediate estimate for when repairs will be complete.
— City News Service
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