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Hundreds affected by water main break in Mounds View

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Ramsey County dispatch was flooded with more than 450 calls from residents in Mounds View, Minn., on Sunday morning regarding problems with their water, KARE 11 reports.

A county spokesperson said there was a water main break that affected much of Mounds View's water supply. Utility crews were working to fix the pipe Sunday afternoon, but county officials are ready to help if needed.

The Pioneer Press reports the Ramsey County Emergency Management and Homeland Security tweeted, "WATER PROBLEMS IN MOUNDS VIEW. Many residents have low or no water pressure. Utility co personnel ARE WORKING to restore full service!"

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