FNC’s Anna Kooiman is not alone. Thanks to crazy-low temperatures, pipes are bursting all over the place:
— NBCWashington (@nbcwashington) January 7, 2014
— WLOS (@WLOS_13) January 7, 2014
Due to burst water pipes, the Village mall is closed. Repairs are being made, but it could be weeks before the mall is fully operational.
— OZFM (@OfficialOZFM) January 7, 2014
All CMCSS schools in Montgomery County closed Wednesday because of burst pipes. #Clarksville.
— The Leaf-Chronicle (@LeafChronicle) January 7, 2014
Grateful I paid all my bills before the pipes burst in the pharmacy. Thank God for little miracles.
— Nicole Ann (@Nikkiroy) January 7, 2014
And the frozen pipes burst. Awesome. Glad I figured out how to turn off the water this morning as a precaution.
— Nasty Butler (@RossMartinATL) January 7, 2014
So some pipes burst at my house and we lost thousands of dollars of water..
— JßAY™ (@justin_bayless) January 7, 2014
— Mackenzie Davis (@KenzElizabeth7) January 7, 2014
There will NOT be practice today due to the extreme cold and pipes that burst in the HS. We will pick up tomorrow after school. RT or Fav
— Martins Ferry Track (@RiderTrackField) January 7, 2014
A teacher (friend) just told me that a few pipes have burst in his school in central MD and there no plans to go home. Just an FYI
— Justin Berk (@JustinWeather) January 7, 2014
Two days of stories on frozen pipes. Who followed all the advice and still got one of her own at home? <——- This girl.
— Sara Shookman – WKYC (@SaraShookman) January 7, 2014
— WKRN (@WKRN) January 7, 2014
Work in 2 hours, and I cant even shower because the pipes in my shower burst.. great.
— Victoria Hook (@torhook) January 7, 2014
It is so cold for DC that the Corner Bakery in my building just had a pipe burst – no water for the rest of us. Even the pipes are wimps!
— Vanessa I. Oblinger (@VanessaOblinger) January 7, 2014
Fire alarm and evacuation on coldest day of the year because pipes burst and flooded the building lobby. #neveradullday
— Amanda Osborn (@musicalpoem) January 7, 2014
so my basement flooded bc the pipes froze and burst. everything i own is wet. fuck u winter
— jessa (@jessvjr) January 7, 2014
Well my pipes just burst
— Zach Pauls (@pachzauls) January 7, 2014
Just when I was saying wrapping pipes was wasted time my wife called to say a burst pipe is gushing at our house. #imadummy
— Ted Oberg (@tedoberg) January 7, 2014
The pipes at my house burst from the cold so now I don't have running water for a while?
— Evan Brown (@Evan_J_Brown) January 7, 2014
Due to the weather, leaking and burst pipes at GW Hospital and DCA have caused some significant flooding. http://t.co/9Fa1MdRAPr
— DCist (@DCist) January 7, 2014
Pipes at Panera burst https://t.co/ZgEk2aYQsC
— Dan Hiltz (@DannyHiltz) January 7, 2014
Our water pipes burst frick
— Sta(udry)r Lord (@skaudry) January 7, 2014
— Trevor Shirley (@Trevor_Reports) January 7, 2014
Can't drink water, shower, make food, go to the bathroom basically homeless because out pipes burst
— Jocelyn (@J_Riv19) January 7, 2014
Today sucks, one of the water pipes burst. So ALL that water fell through the ceiling in the bathroom. Now, no water. Just perfect.
— Ashlee Walters (@AshleePaw) January 7, 2014
— Rob West Plumbing (@RobWestPlumbing) January 7, 2014
Today rapidly went from pretty good to crap on a cracker. Gotta love when pipes burst all over the dang place!
— Betsy Kirkpatrick (@Bootsielou88) January 7, 2014
— HD (@HeatherDiane17) January 7, 2014
Thank you #PolarVortex. Our pipes burst today.
Thank goodness for plumbers.
— Fukuda Pgh (@FukudaPgh) January 7, 2014
— Walkerhamm (@WALKN_away) January 7, 2014
— Kaitlin Rhodes (@Kaitlin_Rhodes) January 7, 2014
Ugh. We hope things dry up.