TULSA, Oklahoma -- The list of water main breaks in the city of Tulsa continues to grow as the temperature rises.
On Monday, city water crews were kept busy working a number of breaks including a 24-inch water line at 31st and New Haven Boulevard.
City officials say as of 9 a.m. Tuesday, crews were working on fixing 15 water main breaks, including 9 breaks which carried over from Monday.
They say the heat is a contributing factor in all of the breaks.
"The ground moves. Whether it's hot or cold, rain, dry, that ground is constantly moving," said city worker David Bradshaw.
Officials say for the most part, most of the breaks are small in size and crews should have them repaired in four to eight hours.
City officials say for the most part, most are smaller breaks with a 4-8 hour turnaround.