PHOTO | Nix Creek water main repair

Water gushes from a ruptured main Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 28, 2023, at Nix Creek in Texarkana, Ark. A Texarkana Water Utilities employee on site said the break in the line, which supplies the College Hill neighborhood, likely is the result of the recent, frigid overnight weather. TWU crews closed valves along the line to restrict water flow ahead of repairs. Water service for five commercial customers was interrupted while the break was repaired, said Pamela White, TWU administrative coordinator. (Staff photo by Stevon Gamble)
Water gushes from a ruptured main Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 28, 2023, at Nix Creek in Texarkana, Ark. A Texarkana Water Utilities employee on site said the break in the line, which supplies the College Hill neighborhood, likely is the result of the recent, frigid overnight weather. TWU crews closed valves along the line to restrict water flow ahead of repairs. Water service for five commercial customers was interrupted while the break was repaired, said Pamela White, TWU administrative coordinator. (Staff photo by Stevon Gamble)

Nix Creek in Texarkana, Arkansas Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2023

photo Water gushes from a ruptured main Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 28, 2023, at Nix Creek in Texarkana, Ark. A Texarkana Water Utilities employee on site said the break in the line, which supplies the College Hill neighborhood, likely is the result of the recent, frigid overnight weather. TWU crews closed valves along the line to restrict water flow ahead of repairs. Water service for five commercial customers was interrupted while the break was repaired, said Pamela White, TWU administrative coordinator. (Staff photo by Stevon Gamble)
  photo  Texarkana Water Utilities employee Ronnie Blackmon helps to guide an excavator as it removes rock and sand along a ruptured water main Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 28, 2023, in Nix Creek near the Londell Williams Overpass in Texarkana, Ark. A TWU employee on site said a circular clamp would be used to repair the main, which supplies the College Hill neighborhood. Repairs were not expected to take long, the employee said. (Staff photo by Stevon Gamble)
 
 

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