NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – A portion of White Bridge Pike was closed early Tuesday morning due to a reported water main break.

On Tuesday, just after 3 a.m., officers were dispatched to the intersection of White Bridge Pike and Brookwood Place to respond to a reported flooding call. 

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Officials closed traffic in both directions of White Bridge Pike as crews worked to repair the break and restore service to the affected areas.

According to Metro Water Services, the 16-inch water main break affected multiple customers, including the Tennessee College of Applied Technology. Water to the campus has since been restored, according to officials.

A spokesperson for Nashville State Community College said the White Bridge campus would be closed until 10 a.m.

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Metro Schools said Hillwood High and Big Picture High lost water service Tuesday morning, but it has since been restored. Students in Early College on the Nashville State campus were reportedly relocated to the Cohn School for the day. 

Crews with Metro Water Services have cleared debris from the roadway and are working to excavate the site. White Bridge Pike now has one lane open in each direction.

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Officials say it appears the 16-inch break has a large hole on top of it and repairs are expected to last into the evening hours.

It remains unknown when the roadway is expected to fully reopen. No other information was immediately released.

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