Crews working to repair water leak in Sugarhouse; public asked to avoid area
SALT LAKE CITY — The public has been asked to avoid the area of 2100 South and 1100 East in Salt Lake City due to a “significant water leak.”
The incident happened some time before 9 p.m. Friday.
Officials with the Salt Lake City Fire Department said firefighters are working with the streets and water department, as well as the Salt Lake City Police Department.
“Our officers are on scene helping with traffic control for this incident,” read a tweet from the SLCPD.
Our officers are on scene helping with traffic control for this incident. There are localized street closures. Please avoid the area so city crews can assess the situation, work on identifying the cause and start repairs as quickly as possible. #slc #saltlakecity #slcpd https://t.co/DVLVWnjvui pic.twitter.com/puBg9W0E9o
— SLC Police Dept. (@slcpd) November 20, 2021
The social media post went on to say, “Please avoid the area so city crews can assess the situation, work on identifying the cause and start repairs as quickly as possible.”
Capt. Anthony Burton with the Salt Lake City Fire Department said no evacuations have been ordered at this time.
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