Water Main Break Jams Up Road - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

11/11/02

Water Main Break Jams Up Road

A water main leak closed part of 34th St. in central Lubbock on Monday. The westbound side of 34th St., just west of Memphis Ave, has been reduced to one lane.

The water main broke late Monday afternoon. City officials expect it to be fixed by Wednesday.

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