BOSTON - The University of Massachusetts' Boston Campus was shut down Friday afternoon for water line repairs.
The school announced on Twitter it would be closing a handful of buildings because because of the break, but later closed its campus for repairs.
Officials did not say how much damage was caused by the break.
UMass Boston Alert: Water line rupture requires closure of Campus Center, Wheatley, McCormack, Healey, Science Center for rest of day.— UMass Boston (@UMassBoston) January 12, 2018
UMass Boston Alert: To make all necessary repairs to water lines, all campus buildings are now closed.— UMass Boston (@UMassBoston) January 12, 2018
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