The City of Long Beach had to close a busy intersection near Long Beach High School and issue two water boil notifications after a water and sewer pipe was damaged.

Jenny Levens, Long Beach Community Affairs Director, said boiling water notices had been issued for Pineville Plaza and Fifth Street between Cleveland Avenue and South Burke Long Beach Middle School, both of which are on Cleveland Avenue north of Railroad Street.

Levens said one private contractor had a sewer and aqueduct at Cleveland and Railroad and another contractor had a aqueduct across that City on Seal Avenue, which led to the boiling water notice.

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