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JAMES ISLAND, SC (WCSC) -

Charleston Water System officials say crews have repaired a water main break at the intersection of Dills Bluff and Camp roads on James Island, however a portion of the road will remain closed to traffic.

Authorities say a section of Dills Bluff Road just north of the intersection remains closed for repairs following Tuesday's water main break. Motorists are being asked to use caution when traveling near and around this area.

A contractor with the James Island Public Service District says the portion of road will remain closed until mid-December for planned utility work.

Detour signs are posted in the area to direct traffic. 

Charleston Water System officials say water had been shut off to around 75 customers in the area as crews made repairs.

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