SUEZ: Water pressure returning to Jersey City residents affected by main break


The 12-inch water main break in Downtown Jersey City has been “isolated” and water pressure is returning to customers affected by an early morning main break, according to SUEZ Water North Jersey. Jersey City main break

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

The break occurred at roughly 3 a.m. this morning near the intersection of Washington and Essex Streets and has suspended light rail service between Marin Boulevard and Exchange Place, officials said.

According to a tweet from Suez Water North Jersey, formerly United Way, repair crews continue to work and “water pressure is beginning to return to affected customers.”

The company also indicated that there is a boil water advisory at this time and there is currently no timetable for when the repairs will be completed.

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