Elementary students bused to high school after water line break

Students at a Livingston County elementary school had to be bused to the high school Wednesday because their school had very low water pressure. 

An alert to parents explained that students at South Livingston Elementary School had to be taken to Livingston Central High School for the day. Students who ride the bus will be bused home from the high school, and car riders will be taken back to the elementary school to be picked up by their parents, according to the alert. 

Livingston County Schools Superintendent Victor Zimmerman tells us water pressure has been returned to the school, and the issue is not expected affect students on Thursday. 

Zimmerman says the cause of the water pressure issue turned out to be a break in the main water line. Crews were able to find the source of the leak, and they restored pressure to the school while they continue to fix the water line. 

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