Pipes damaged by freezing temperatures

The damage to the pipes is caused when

The damage to the pipes is caused when the ice expands and can't be seen until the temperatures go up. (January 8, 2014 7:53 PM)

Firefighters throughout southwestern Connecticut say frozen pipes might crack as they begin to thaw after the freezing temperatures.

The damage to the pipes is caused when the ice expands and can't be seen until the temperatures go up.

The Fairfield Fire Department says it has received eight calls about bursting pipes and flooding since Monday.

Assistant Chief Christopher Tracy...

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