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Relief for people without water at Cindy Klassen recreation complex

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Emergency Preparedness Coordinator Randy Hull describes the items available to members of the public experiencing frozen water pipes at the first resource centre set up at the Cindy Klassen Recreation Centre on Sargent Avenue.

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Emergency Preparedness Coordinator Randy Hull describes the items available to members of the public experiencing frozen water pipes at the first resource centre set up at the Cindy Klassen Recreation Centre on Sargent Avenue. Photo Store

The city has opened the first of three frozen water pipe resource centres this morning at the Cindy Klassen recreation complex.

People without water can register, take a shower, fill water jugs, get information from 311 staff.

The Red Cross and Salvation Army have coffee and snacks, cleaning kits, and personal hygiene kits.

Two more centres will open soon in southwest and east Winnipeg.

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Updated on Saturday, March 15, 2014 at 11:26 AM CDT: Adds photo

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