Water restored after second water main break at KCI this month

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Water is flowing again at Kansas City International Airport after a water main broke early Thursday morning.

For a short period of time there was no water in Terminal B and low water pressure in Terminal C.

"Aviation Department crews used valves to work around the water main break & restore water service," a spokesperson for the airport tweeted. "Water is on!"

On July 5 there was a water main break at Terminal B. Porta potties had to be brought in for travelers. The break did not impact flights.

Tweet from July 5: