U of Louisville School of Dentistry closes clinic due to water main break

The University of Louisville (Ky.) School of Dentistry canceled classes and closed its clinic July 29 due to a water main break in the downtown area, according to local news station WDRB.

"Essential personnel" were still expected to report to the dental school at regular times. The water break caused most of the university's medical centers to go under a boil water advisory over the weekend.

The Louisville Water company said the break will take "several days to fully repair." It is unclear how long the dental school and clinic will remain closed.

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