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Navy water system sees fourth main break as boil water advisory remains up


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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - A fourth main break to the Navy’s water system was reported Monday as crews work frantically to make repairs to lines and restore service to some 93,000 users.

A boil water advisory remains up for those on the system.

Capt. Mark Sohaney, commander of Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, confirmed that a water main break Monday afternoon in Pearl City Peninsula was related to ongoing problems with the system.

At least three homes in the area experienced flooding and crews were on scene.

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