Rush-hour traffic could be disrupted by a water-main break on Clark Road. At 11 a.m., two of three eastbound lanes were closed between Beneva Road and Sawyer Road.
A county spokeswoman said a second lane may open “later today" but could not put an exact timeframe on that happening.
Fourteen businesses in the area are currently without water, and there is no timetable on when service will be restored.
No cause for the water-main break has been revealed yet.
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