Water main break fixed after impacting JCSU students

CHARLOTTE — A water main break at Johnson C. Smith University has been fixed after it forced many students to take shuttles to use the restroom and shower facilities, officials said.

The water main break impacted some of the buildings, but officials did not specify which ones. The school announced on Twitter Friday that water has been restored to the entire campus, and the University will resume normal operations today.

A plumbing company responded right away and began repaired, officials said.

The entire campus was without water for two hours to complete the repairs.

Water was restored to some buildings and residence halls by the middle of the afternoon.

No classes were canceled.

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