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Route 90 open again after water main break

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Traffic moves slowly through the water from a large water main break on southbound lanes of Route 90 at Selkirk Avenue on a -25 C Tuesday morning.

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Traffic moves slowly through the water from a large water main break on southbound lanes of Route 90 at Selkirk Avenue on a -25 C Tuesday morning. Photo Store

A large water-main break on Route 90 interrupted the morning commute in northwest Winnipeg, but all lanes have been re-opened.

The break occurred on the section of Route 90 known as Oak Point Highway near Selkirk Avenue early this morning. Police closed off both northbound and southbound lanes between Egesz Street and Logan Avenue.

Prior to the closure, large pools of water slowed traffic and caused some vehicles to stall. Reports indicate two semi trailers were stuck in the icy mess.

Repair crews are on scene. Motorists are advised to use caution when driving in the area.

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Updated on Tuesday, February 25, 2014 at 8:27 AM CST: adds photo

8:51 AM: Updates with all lanes closed

10:40 AM: Updates with all lanes now open

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