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Thousands Impacted By Fort Lauderdale Water Main Break, Outage

cbs4.com Thursday, 18 July 2019
More than 220,000 customers who get their water from the city of Fort Lauderdale are under a boil water notice and have been told their taps may run dry after a major water main break.
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A contractor damaged a 42-inch water main.

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