HENDERSON, Ky. (WEHT) – As of 3:41 p.m., officials say water has been turned back on and will be gaining in pressure for the next couple of hours.

Sacramento officials say people can expect some air in the lines. City officials say from 9 p.m. to 7 a.m. until further notice, they will be required to turn the pumps off so customers will have little to no pressure during this time, so customers are asked to plan accordingly. Officials say they are having to do this to keep the line from blowing due to fluctuating pressure again.

A spokesperson for the city posted, “We apologize for the inconvenience.”


The city of Sacramento announced that line breaks will leave customers without water for an unknown amount of time.

Officals say the pressure caused more breaks in the service line overnight so customers will be without water for an unknown amount of time Friday while officals repair the breaks.

City officials say someone will be at the fire department to fill buckets and jugs with non-drinkable water for flushing or other uses Friday. Officials say people just need to bring their own water receptacles and officials will fill the receptacles for them.

Sacramento emphasizes that this is non-drinkable water.