MANCHESTER, NH — A water main break was reported at Kennard Road early Saturday morning, Jan. 10. In connection with this issue a highway sander truck was dispatched to help. A sink hole was formed and the truck fell into the sink hole, according to Mayor Ted Gatsas’ office. Nobody was injured in the accident and the Manchester Water Works and the Highway Department were working to resolve the situation.
Work to repair the roadway that collapsed after the 10-inch water main underneath South Beech Street broke will continue into the night by the Highway Department, Chabot said. READ MORE
Motorists heading north on I-93 should be aware of this road closure. READ MORE
Estimates on the cost of damage from a blown water main and road eruption Thursday night on the city’s West Side may run between $50-100,000.