Highland Water Main Break

A water main break at Highland Golf Club created a geyser. According to Iowa Falls Water and Wastewater Superintendent Scott Peden, the repair to the 12-inch main was completed in less than two hours on Thursday.

A water main break at the Highland Golf Club produced a hole the size of a golf ball according to Iowa Falls Water and Wastewater Superintendent Scott Peden.

The incident occurred around 12 p.m. on Thursday, as Peden said he received a call from Highland Greenskeeper Chris Hinz. The break occurred directly south of the clubhouse between the facility and Country Club Road.

Crews responded to a Water Main Break at Highland Golf Course on Thursday. The hole in the 12-inch water main was the size of a golf ball, and created a geyser.

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