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Water Line Break Damages Downtown Tulsa Intersection

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Photo of water flowing out of the break. Photo of water flowing out of the break.

A water pipe break damaged a downtown Tulsa intersection Friday afternoon.

The 6-inch line broke at the intersection of Boulder and Cameron at about 2 p.m. causing a small sink hole that damaged the pavement.

The city says the break affected two businesses: The Hunt Club on the southwest corner of Main and Cameron and a warehouse west of Boulder.

Repairing the break will take 4-6 hours, according to the city.

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Fixing the pavement will take longer and probably won't be finished until next week.

Traffic on Cameron Street is limited to westbound only while the eastbound lane is closed.

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