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Tucson Parks and Recreation workers, from left, Mike Montoya and Ezequiel Gonzales dig up the broken line. Workers identified a crack, and zoo officials expected to see water flowing again as early as this morning.
Zookeeper Stacey Belhumeur transports a large container of water into the zoo. Most of the animals have pools in their exhibits, but some required refills for their drinkers.
Visitors to the Tucson zoo could face long lines looking for a sip of water or access to the lone functioning bathrooms for the next couple of days after a waterline broke Monday.
Tucson Water has isolated a break in a water line and stopped the flow after about 90 minutes, a spokesman said tonight.
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