Water restored to Coram complex after main break

Water was restored to a Coram community Saturday afternoon after residents said they went more than 24 hours without running water. Residents at North Isle

People living at North Isle Village say they have not had working water since 10 a.m. Friday.

People living at North Isle Village say they have not had working water since 10 a.m. Friday. (6/11/16)

CORAM - Water was restored to a Coram community Saturday afternoon after residents said they went more than 24 hours without running water.

Residents at North Isle Village say they were not able to contact their management company, Alexander Wolf and Company, after a water main break left hundreds of people without water.

A sign at the community center read, "Water main break by Navajo [Court], no further info at this time."

News 12's calls to the Alexander Wolf and Company were not returned.

A private plumbing company showed up Saturday, telling News 12 that they were hired to fix the main break. By 4 p.m., water was restored to the complex.

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