CRISP COUNTY, Ga. — Water in Crisp County is restored after the county shut it off on Friday to make repairs on a water main break. 

According to a Facebook post from the Crisp County Sheriff's Office, on Saturday, water was back on for Valhalla North and Cannon Branch residents.

A post says public works found a water main break on Cannon Road where a culvert has blown out.

"Attention: all residents of Valhalla North and Cannon Branch," Sheriff Billy Hancock wrote.

To make repairs, public works shut off water.


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