ARLINGTON, Texas — Residents in Arlington can now use water like normal after a pipeline issue impacted the city's water supply on Tuesday.
Officials said the pipeline usually brings water from the Cedar Creek Reservoir to its John F. Kubala Water Treatment Plant.
In a statement, the Tarrant Regional Water District (TRWD) said that pipeline broke near Highway 287 in Mansfield, causing a flood on the roadway.
City officials said TRWD has since moved the treatment plant to another water source and are now repairing the Cedar Creek pipeline.
While the supply of treated water was being restored, residents and businesses were being asked to only use water when it's essential.
The water supply was reported to be fully restored at 10 a.m. Wednesday.
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