Stretch of Yonge Street reopens after water main break floods roadway


    A portion of Yonge Street has reopened after being closed for 3 days following a water main break that despatched a flood of water onto the roadway. 

    All lanes of the most important artery from King to Wellington streets have been reopened with the water main repaired and street restoration full, the town says.

    The break occurred Wednesday night in a big forged iron pipe first put in within the 1880s or 1890s, based on Toronto Water.

    The water additionally discovered its approach into King subway station, however drains stored it from flooding onto the platform or tracks.



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