Water main break causes road closures on 3300 South
SALT LAKE CITY — The South Salt Lake Police Department advised drivers that the eastbound lanes of 3300 South are closed between Main Street and State Street. The closure comes after a water main break over the weekend.
The water main break happened on Sunday. The SSLPD said in a Facebook post that the break also caused a sinkhole in the road.
Authorities closed 3300 South in different sections as Jordan Valley Water responded to fix the break.
By Monday morning, the SSLPD said the water main pipe had been fixed.
Police said workers are now fixing the roadway that was damaged by the break.
The SSLPD advised that the area would be busy and asked drivers to be mindful of the workers.
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