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Collapsed portion of Swimming River Pipeline Bridge
The collapsed portion of the Swimming River Pipeline Bridge in Monmouth County, one of many projects Birdsall was working on. NJ American Water has replaced Birdsall on this job. (NJ BPU)
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BPU: Monmouth Water Pipe Collapse Could Have Been Avoided

Last summer's pipe collapse that plunged Monmouth County into a state of emergency, could have been avoided. 

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Swimming River Reservoir in Middletown (Facebook via Jersey Shore Hurricane News)
Swimming River Reservoir in Middletown (Facebook via Jersey Shore Hurricane News)
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BPU Orders Probe of Monmouth Water Main Collapse

The investigation into the water main collapse that left about 285,000 people in 22 communities dry in late June deepens.

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Water main break in Middletown
Water main break in Middletown (WABC TV)
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All Eyes On New Jersey’s Aging Water System [AUDIO]

The recent collapse of three water pipes in Monmouth County which left 20,000 New Jerseyans without clean water has all eyes now on the state's aging water infrastructure.

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Water pipes in Monmouth
Water pipes in Monmouth (Facebook)
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Outdoor Water Use Eased In Monmouth County

New Jersey American Water has eased some water use restrictions imposed after a major water main break that affected thousands of residents in Monmouth County

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Repairs Continue On Middletown Water Pipes

New Jersey American Water maintains an outdoor water ban for customers in Monmouth County.

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New Jersey American Water mechanic assists in prepping the 36-inch water main yesterday, which is now in service and delivering water to the treatment plant (Facebook)
New Jersey American Water mechanic assists in prepping the 36-inch water main yesterday, which is now in service and delivering water to the treatment plant (Facebook)
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Outdoor Water Ban Lifted For Some Monmouth Residents

The outdoor watering ban is lifted for some Monmouth County residents. The good news applies only to all non-New Jersey American Water customers.

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Water main break in Middletown
Water main break in Middletown (WNYW TV)
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Monmouth County Bridge Due For Repairs Prior To Collapse

A day late and a repair short. Officials say the bridge that collapsed over the weekend in Monmouth County, forcing residents to boil water for days, was due to be repaired in the next few weeks.

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Broken pipes in Middletown
Broken pipes in Middletown (Monmouth County)
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Boil Water Advisory Lifted For All Of Monmouth County [VIDEO]

Monmouth County officials have lifted the last of the boil water orders as work continues towards normalcy in its water consumption as repair begins at the Swimming River Reservoir in Middletown.

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Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa (Governor's Office)
Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa (Governor's Office)
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Price Gouging Forbidden During States of Emergency

New Jersey merchants were warned today that price gouging is prohibited during the states of emergency that have been declared in a handful of counties, and any others that may be declared.

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Governor Christie hands out water
Governor Christie hands out water in Monouth County (Tim Larson, Governor's Office)
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Boil Water Order Lifted In All But 4 Monmouth Towns [VIDEO]

Water restrictions and a State Of Emergency remain in effect in Monmouth County in the aftermath of the collapse of a bridge carrying water pipes to a treatment plant at the Swimming River Reservoir in Middletown.

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