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Burnt out motor leaves several Clarendon communities without water

Published:Thursday | February 12, 2015 | 2:23 PM

The National Water Commission (NWC) says it will be working to restore regular water supply by February 24, to several Clarendon communities now experiencing disruptions.



The agency says a burnt out motor at its Mineral Heights plant is the cause of the disruptions in southern sections of the parish.



The areas experiencing water disruptions include Mineral Heights, Halse Hall, May Pen, Curatoe Hill and Canaan Heights.



Trenton Road, Longbridge Avenue, and Sunnyside Avenue are also areas affected by the disruptions.



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