Thirty-five residents of College Station's Williams Creek subdivision now have water, after being without for most of the day Tuesday.
That morning around four, the water main that services the small community ruptured and crews worked non-stop for more than eight hours to rebuild it.
A spokesman with the Wellborn Special Utilities District told News 3 it costs thousands of dollars to repair the 16-inch line and that water pressure would be back to normal by early evening.
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