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Partial collapse of bridge causes damage to Berkeley County water main

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BCWS crews are on the scene accessing the damage BCWS crews are on the scene accessing the damage
BERKELEY COUNTY, SC - Late Monday evening, the partial collapse of an overpass on Cypress Garden Road damaged a 12 inch Berkeley County Water and Sanitation water main that services that area.

Due to the damage, there are 21 residential customers without water service at this time; 19 in Durham Landing and 2 on Bushy Park Road.

Portion of bridge on Cypress Gardens Road collapses, train derails
 
Additionally there are a number of industrial customers in the area affected by this damage. BCWS crews are on the scene accessing the damage. Officials are also working closely with SCDOT and CSX and we will provide additional information as it becomes available.

PHOTOS from Monday's partial bridge collapse
 
Customers with questions or concerns may call 843.572.4400 or visit www.bcwsa.com for additional information.
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