Water Outage in North Sulphur Due to Vehicle Hitting Fire Hydrant




Water Outage in North Sulphur Due to Vehicle Hitting Fire Hydrant

Updated April 30, 2019, at 8 p.m.

Someone with the City of Sulphur has confirmed that the water outage in North Sulphur was caused by a vehicle hitting a fire hydrant. Workers are currently trying to isolate the problem and restore water to customers. Residents are asked to be patient while repairs are being done.

The City of Sulphur also released the following information.

Due to an accident involving a fire hydrant, valves have been shut off. Water is off from Beglis Parkway to Pitre Street and from Highway 90 to Burton Street. Some homes may experience low water pressure in this area as the crew works to repair the hydrant.

Original story below.

There have been reports of a water outage in North Sulphur near the intersection of and Burton Street and Lewis Street. Currently, reports indicated that the outage reaches at least are far west as Lewis Street, possibly further, and north past the Sulphur City limits. Some residents indicated that the water outage is possibly due to a vehicle hitting a fire hydrant in the area.

The City of Sulphur had not yet made an official announcement about the outage at the time this was published.

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