Roads in Raynham affected by water main break reopened

This is a file photo of police lights. (WLNE)

RAYNHAM, Mass. (WLNE) — The Raynham Police Department said that the roads that were affected by the water main break that occurred this morning have been reopened.

The break occurred in the area of North Main Street and Johnson’s Pond.

Access to Kenny and Lordan Roads was affected, with Lordan Road being completely closed while crews worked to fix the break.

Water service that between Gardiner Street to the intersection of North Main and Pleasant Streets was shut off for the work, which police say impacts the Briarcliff Apartment complex, Kenny and Lordan Roads, and Myrtlebank Avenue.

Police did not say if water service had been restored to those who were affected.

This is a developing story and will be updated when more information becomes available.

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