PITTSBURG (CBS/AP) – A water main broke in Pittsburg overnight, was affecting service to more than a dozen homes, city officials said Tuesday morning.

The 6-inch, cast-iron pipe broke around midnight on West 11th Street between York and Cutter streets, said Walter Pease, the city’s director of water utilities.

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About 15 homes lost water service but were expected to be back in service Tuesday morning, once repairs to the pipe were completed, Pease said.

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No houses were damaged by flooding from the main break, which caused a hole about 3 feet deep in the roadway, according to Pease.

KCBS’ Matt Bigler Reports:

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