OAKLAND (CBS SF) — East Bay Municipal Utility District crews repaired a ruptured sewer line in Oakland Friday morning.

The line ruptured Thursday while EBMUD crews were working to repair a broken 12-inch cast iron water main on Oakland Avenue, officials said.

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Approximately 12 properties on Oakland Avenue lost water service Thursday and the work closed two eastbound lanes of Oakland Avenue.

The pipe was repaired at 3 a.m., and water service has been restored to customers, officials said.

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Crews are still working to remove shoring and fill the hole. Work was expected to go into the afternoon.

The bike lane on Oakland Avenue remained closed Friday morning.

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