Residents in Newark spent another night with low to no water pressure after large water main broke at an intersection in Newark’s West Ward.
Early Thuraday morning, residents observed a geyser-like of water gushing from the ground at the intersection of 15th Avenue and South 15th Street.
Officials said they experienced a pressure surge that led to a 30-inch water main break at about 2 a.m. in the West Ward neighborhood.
According to city officials, the significant break affected water pressure in the Vailsburg section of the City.
A smaller water main break was also detected at the intersection of South 19th Street and 19th Avenue.
Newark residents and businesses remain under a boil water advisory until further notice.
Officials said before this morning's water main break, all residents were restored to 100% from the Branch Brook Park massive break that disrupted over 100,000 homes and businesses.