The morning after a water main break, Notre Dame Street looked crumbled and backyards looked like ponds.
Westfield police told CBS 3 Saturday night that a large area of the north side of the city was affected by the break.
By 11 a.m. on Sunday, residents on the street said the lack of water appeared to be isolated to the group of homes directly next to the break.
Notre Dame Street residents believe an increased amount of large trucks on the road, due to construction, is what led to Saturday night's break.
"This street has become the main throughway for most traffic because of all of the construction going on in Westfield," said Richard Fontaine, who lives on Notre Dame Street. "This road here is not specifically designed for all of the heavy traffic and stuff like that."
Westfield police confirmed the water main was fixed early Sunday afternoon.
In all, homes went without water for approximately 15 hours.
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