Veolia Water crews responding to 10-inch water main break in Hoboken


Veolia Water crews are responding to a 10-inch water main break that occurred in Hoboken near 7th and Jackson Streets early this morning.

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By John Heinis/Hudson County View

“Crews are responding to a water main break near 7th and Jackson Streets. The Office of Emergency Management and Hoboken PD are on scene,” the city wrote in a Nixle alert at 6:50 a.m.

“Residents in the area may experience low water pressure, which will be restored when the main is isolated and repaired. Please avoid the area.”

The Hoboken Police Department indicated that those in the area may experience low water pressure with repairs underway, while Veolia said that no boil water advisory is in effect.

#Hoboken: Crews are on the scene of a 10” water main break in the courtyard between 770 Jackson and 720 Monroe. Both buildings are impacted. We will update as repairs progress. @HobokenOEM @CityofHoboken,” Veolia tweeted at 8:07 a.m.

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