Water Main Break
Residents of a North Miami-Dade neighborhood have been placed under a boil water notice for at least the next 24 hours.
A water main break has forced the city’s residents to boil their water until at least Sunday morning.
At least 500 residents at Mirador South condominiums, located along the 1000 block of West Avenue, were without water as of Friday afternoon.
Miami-Dade Water and Sewer crews were working to repair a water main break in Miami Thursday night.
Drink up beachside residents of Hallandale Beach. At 4 p.m. a precautionary boil water order issued Wednesday afternoon was lifted.
Thousands of beach area residents were left high and dry for several hours in Hallandale Beach after a water main was severed.
Full water service has been restored to Miami Beach residents following a water main break that caused some street flooding Saturday morning, however, there’s also a precautionary boil water advisory for a small number of residents.
It wasn’t the early morning rain that caused a flood of trouble in Westchester early Tuesday morning, it was a water main break that sent water spewing sky high.
Miami-Dade Water and Sewer District crews are still hoping to get a crane in place Monday to repair a broken water main which flooded several homes in northern Miami Sunday afternoon.
A construction crew in North Miami got all wet trying to cap a water leak Wednesday morning.