A 12-inch main broke on Frederick Road.
A water main break on Frederick Road that took place on Tuesday was repaired again by early Wednesday morning, according to the City's Department of Public Works. There was a 12-inch water main break in the 5400 block of Frederick Road on Tuesday afternoon, and that affected 12 services, according to Kurt Kocher, department spokesman. Kocher said Wednesday that everything was fixed by 8 a.m. Wednesday. No major facilities were affected by the break.
A large water main in Baltimore city is in danger of failing.
The Baltimore County Department of Public Works is asking western county residents to conserve water as Baltimore city repairs a major water main. Water customers from Reisterstown Road to the Howard County and Anne Arundel County lines are being asked to conserve water, according to a release from the public works department. Electronic tests revealed that the 54-inch Southwest Transmission Main—located near Whistler and Wilmarco avenues in the city—has the potential for a catastrophic failure. The water main runs from the Ashburton Water Filtration Plant to Howard and Anne Arundel counties, according to a news release. Before taking the water main off line, the department will conduct a 48-hour test starting tomorrow to make certain it…