Montco water main break possibly a result of quake
LAFAYETTE HILL, Pa. - August 23, 2011 (WPVI) -- The effects of a 5.9 magnitude earthquake felt along the East Coast could be the cause of a water main break in Montgomery County.
Calls came in shortly after the quake, of a water main break at the intersection of Joshua Road and Germantown Pike.
Service interruptions are currently affecting the area.
Officials are still trying to determine if the earthquake is to blame.
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