Residents in the Lookout Mountain Water District have been asked to conserve water as much as possible because of problems in the system created by heavy rainfall in recent days.
Erosion on Beaver Brook Canyon Road has uncovered the main water line, creating the risk of it breaking, said Christina Shea, administrator for the water district.
"The main pipeline is not supported," she said.
Although the district does have treated water stored in tanks for residents to use, if it became depleted, there would be no source of water, Shea said.
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