Infrastructure Problems Plague the Garden State

April 01, 2013 at 10:48 am

Road crews poured concrete into the massive sinkhole created by a recent water main break in Hoboken — the third one in two days. Residents had to boil their drinking water.

“I think it’s a mess. We just finished drying out from the storm and there’s two holes — one out that way and one over here,” said Hoboken resident Joseph Griffo.

“Luckily I don’t drink the tap water too often, but I brushed my teeth with it and afterwards I saw you were supposed to even boil it for that so I hopefully I get anything,” said Hoboken resident Frank Mallon.

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