Air Force Museum and some of Area B at WPAFB closed due to no water
“Base engineers have been unable to restore service after a water main break earlier this morning along Springfield Street adjacent to the base perimeter,” the base said in a prepared statement.
Base spokesman Daryl Mayer said crews were working to fix the water main by the end of the day.
“We’ll have to do an investigation to try and determine what the exact cause of the break was,” he said.
Around eight to 12 inches of water have flooded a portion of Springfield Street near Wright-Patterson Air Force Base after a construction crew struck a water main Monday morning.
State troopers said the roadway is passable and remains open.