By Jeff Ray

ANNA (CBSDFW.COM) — City crews in Anna worked overnight to repair a water main break and restore water service to its 9,500 residents.

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The water has been off since Wednesday around 5:15 p.m, when a crew contracted by the city broke a water line at west White Street and South Powell Parkway. The water line was to be moved to make room for a road expansion project.

The city hopes to complete the repair on Thursday morning. Once water service resumes, a water boil order will be in place until further notice.

The city manager says it’ll take as long as 48 hours to get full pressure back for everyone.

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Officials have been distributing bottled water to residents since Wednesday evening.

The water main break is the third such break this week in north Texas. On Tuesday night, a hole in a water main sent a high pressure geyser rocketing toward a Fort Worth home.  A similar incident damaged several homes in northwest Dallas on Monday.

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