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Water concessionaire Manila Water announced on Monday, April 12, that 14 barangays in Mandaluyong City, five barangays in Pasig City, and four barangays in Quezon City will continue to experience water service interruption after the leak repair on its mainline has been extended, according to a report by Manila Bulletin.

“The emergency leak repair on our mainline along EDSA/Boni Avenue (Northbound) in Mandaluyong City, which was damaged by AWIN Technology, a third-party contractor doing CCTV network installation, has been extended,” Manila Water said in its Facebook post.

“Although water service has been restored in most of the areas affected last night (April 11), the following barangays will continue to experience water service interruption. Estimated time of completion of repairs is at 5:00 PM today, April 12, 2021,” it said.

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The affected barangays are the following:

MANDALUYONG CITY:
Barangka Drive
Barangka Ibaba
Parts of Barangka Itaas
Barangka Ilaya
Buayang Bato
Parts of Hagdang Bato Libis
Hulo
Malamig
Mauway
Plainview
Pleasant Hills
San Jose
Wack-wack
Highway Hills

PASIG CITY:
Bagong Ilog (except Kawilihan Village)
Parts of Kapitolyo
Oranbo
San Antonio
Ugong

QUEZON CITY:
Parts of Kaunlaran
Bagong Lipunan ng Crame
Valencia
Ugong Norte

Manila Water said that water tankers have been deployed to augment the water supply in the affected areas. It apologized for the inconvenience the repair has brought to its customers.


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