WATCH: Huge Water Main Break Sends Geyser of Water Into the Air in East San Angelo

SAN ANGELO- Utility workers hit a 39" water main line in east San Angelo Wednesday that sent  a geyser of water flying into the air.

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According to workers on the scene, utility workers hit the water main line at Orient Street and Highland Boulevard in east San Angelo. This sent water flying into the air above the trees until the city could shut it down. Officials recommend avoiding the intersection of Highland Boulevard and South Oaks Street as water has flooded the street. It is currently unknown who exactly hit the waterline but Atmos or their contractor is currently working in the area.


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