A 12-inch water main break has caused at least 60 homes in a Philadelphia neighborhood to be without water Saturday.
Crews with the Philadelphia Water Department are responding to the main break that occurred Saturday afternoon near the intersection of 56th Street and Woodland Avenue in the city's Kingsessing neighborhood.
The break forced SEPTA to detour the Route 11 trolley, according to the transportation authority's website.
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Rte 11: Trolleys are on a detour between 58th and 49th St over Chester Ave due to a water main break. — SEPTA (@SEPTA) June 21, 2014
The tweet was posted around 3 p.m. Saturday.
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