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ALERT: High Volume Water Leak Depleting Donoe Water Tank

WAPA potable water service

The VI. Water and Power Authority (WAPA) is experiencing a high-volume leak on a water main that feeds the east end of St. Thomas. The leak is resulting in a rapid depletion of storage capacity at the Donoe water tank.

Crews are working to pinpoint the location of the leak and make repairs. A low water pressure or complete service interruption may be experienced in Anna’s Retreat, Tutu, Smith Bay and Red Hook.

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WAPA potable water service
The VI. Water and Power Authority (WAPA) is experiencing a high-volume leak on a water main that feeds the east end of St. Thomas. The leak is resulting in a rapid depletion of storage capacity at the Donoe water tank. Crews are working to pinpoint the location of the leak and make repairs. A low water pressure or complete service interruption may be experienced in Anna's Retreat, Tutu, Smith Bay and Red Hook.