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Jefferson City will be without water until at least Tuesday afternoon

Date: October 23, 2012
By: Katie Kreider
State Capitol Bureau

Intro: 
The Capitol city is without water, creating a disruption for some government workers.
RunTime:  0:33
OutCue:  SOC

Wrap: 

Actuality:  WATER2.WAV
Run Time:  00:03
Description: WATER.

This is the sound of water flooding the streets of Jefferson City after a mainline break in a water pump early this morning.

The Missouri-American Water Company shut off all water lines to repair the broken pipe, leaving the city without water.

Missouri-American employee Gilbert Cole says the water will not be back on until at least this afternoon.

Actuality:  COLE2.WAV
Run Time:  00:04
Description: "Best-case scenario we'll probably be back on with a boil order advisory."

All public schools in the city will be dismissed early.

Reporting from Jefferson City, I'm Katie Kreider.

Intro: 
A mainline break in a Jefferson City water line created a disruption for some government workers.
RunTime:  0:36
OutCue:  SOC

Wrap: 

Actuality:  WATER3.WAV
Run Time:  00:03
Description: WATER

This is the sound of water flooding the streets of Jefferson City after a mainline break in a water pump early this morning.

Missouri-American employee Gilbert Cole says all water lines are shut off as they repair the broken pipe.

Actuality:  COLE3.WAV
Run Time:  00:09
Description: "Well we're trying to get the leak isolated, which means we're trying to keep the water from running. The we can get in there and see what we need to make the repairs."

Water will be supplied from the East and West areas of the city.

The city will be without water until at least this afternoon.

Reporting from Jefferson City, I'm Katie Kreider.


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