Quinton Bolton, of Lake Station, talks about waking up without water.
Lake Station worker Jerry Cafin works near a 6-inch water main that broke early Thursday morning near Randolph in the 3400 block of 20th Place.
LAKE STATION | The water problems in Lake Station surfaced for Quinton Bolton first thing Thursday morning after he got out of bed.
Lake Station water technician Harry Heath uses a metal detector Thursday morning on 21st place at Randolph to locate a water shut off valve as he and other city works try to isolate a break that occurred one block north affecting water flow to residences throughout the city.
Lake Station employee Jerry Cafin works near a 6 inch water main that broke early Thursday morning near Randolph in the 3400 block of 20th place.
EAST CHICAGO | Crane operators hoisted a tunnel-sized steel tube Thursday night off an East Chicago street, easing traffic and water woes in the city's historical Marktown District.
EAST CHICAGO | Preliminary tests on Tuesday revealed no harmful bacteria in the water, but residents in a four-block area near 149th Street and Baring Avenue will have to wait until at least mid-day Wednesday to know whether their water is safe to drink without boiling.
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