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Tulsa Public Works Repairing 12-Inch Water Line Break

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Water bubbles up from a break in a 12-inch line in north Tulsa. Water bubbles up from a break in a 12-inch line in north Tulsa.
TULSA, Oklahoma -

Some Tulsa residents and churches are without water service Sunday due to a line break. The break is to a 12-inch line at 49th Street North and Martin Luther King Boulevard.

Crews arrived on scene around 11:30 a.m., and a City of Tulsa Public Works employee said it may take 10 to 12 hours to fix.

The break is in a grassy area off the road. Water is pooling in a field, but repairs are not expected to impact traffic.

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