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Total properties with frozen pipes this winter climbs to 2,359

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Another 15 properties have reported frozen water lines since Thursday.

That brings the total of properties that have been without water since November to 2,359.

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City hall issued its daily "frozen pipes" update this afternoon. The number of properties on the waiting list for thawing services decreased by one since Thursday – there are now 1,363 properties waiting for thawing services.

  • Number of frozen water line reports since November – 2,359, an increase of 15 from Thursday.
  • Number of properties where full water service has been restored – 996, an increase of 16 from Thursday.
  • Number of properties on the list for thawing – 1,363, a decrease of one since Thursday.
  • Number of properties with city-installed temporary hose service – 781, an increase of 12 since Thursday.
  • Number of properties without either full or temporary water service – 582, a decrease of 13 since Thursday.
  • Number of properties at risk of freezing water lines – 7,256.
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Updated on Friday, April 4, 2014 at 3:32 PM CDT: Tweaks headline.

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