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1 lane reopens on Edgewater Drive after water main explodes

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POINT PLACE, OH (Toledo News Now) -

Edgewater Drive between 135th and 137th has flooded due to a water main break, right by Edgewater School. Parts of the road have collapsed.

The water has since been shut off. Police and city workers are on the scene trying to fix the problem.

A few hours after the initial break, officials were able to reopen one lane of traffic.

Toledo police say they expect Edgewater to be closed for the rest of the day.

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