CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Wednesday morning, Corpus Christi city officials said their water utilities operations continue to have numerous teams working to locate the water main break to restore full water operations to the city.
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There are field crews deployed in the Southeast and Northwest sides of the city, and the city is partnering with the Coast Guard to have a helicopter and jet fly at low levels across the man water zones to search for the broken water main. The city says remote areas unable to be searched by vehicle or foot will be assessed with air service.
The U.S. Coast Guard has partnered with our Water Utilities to have a helicopter & jet fly across Padre Island this morning. This will provide an attempt to locate the broken water main which is causing loss of water pressure. Thanks @USCG!— City of Corpus Christi (@cityofcc) February 17, 2021
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They are asking everyone to conserve water at this time. For concerns, you can call the city’s Customer Call Center at 361-826-2489.