SALT LAKE CITY — Southbound traffic on Redwood Road has been reduced to one lane at 758 South in Salt Lake City due to a water main break.
Salt Lake City Public Utilities first tweeted about the break at 8:21 a.m., and shortly after noon they stated that crews are on scene and pumping water from a flooded property while other personnel are repairing the line.
The agency states 20 customers are without water service, which is expected to be restored by 2 p.m. Wednesday.
A spokesperson for Salt Lake City Public Utilities said the pipe in question was installed in 1948, and they suspect the age of the pipe was a factor in the break.
Southbound traffic on Redwood Road is reduced to one lane at 758 South.
SLC Public Utilities states that cleaning up and restoring the road may take three or four days.
Fox 13 News will update this story as more details emerge.