Water main break closes section of Notre-Dame Street
Montreal police say pipe burst early Thursday morning in the Southwest borough
A water main break has led to a partial closure of Notre-Dame Street in the Southwest borough.
The street is shut down in both directions between Vinet and Charlevoix streets in the Little Burgundy neighbourhood.
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The pipe burst around 2 a.m. on Thursday morning.
Montreal police say that the leak has been shut off, but that the street will be closed for several hours.