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Water Main Break Buckles Part Of Tulsa Street

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Police have closed off part of 41st from Pittsburg to Louisville due to a water main break. Police have closed off part of 41st from Pittsburg to Louisville due to a water main break.

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TULSA, Oklahoma – A water main break caused part of a midtown Tulsa road to collapse early Monday morning.

Police have closed the westbound lanes and one eastbound lane of 41st street near Louisville.

A Tulsa city employee almost fell into the hole while trying to turn water off. The employee was backing up just before three feet of cement caved in.

There is also damage on the sidewalk.

There's no word on how long the road will be closed.

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