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Water restored to homes, businesses

LAWTON, Okla._Water was restored Monday to residents and businesses on Lawton's southwest side.

Repairs to the water main that burst near Southwest 42nd Street and Lee Boulevard Thursday were finally completed Sunday night. City officials say three attempts to band the pipe failed, so crews had to expand their repair site and replace an entire section of the 24-inch pipe.

Officials are hopeful this fix will hold, and businesses and residents will not be inconvenienced by another repair.

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