Water Main Break Cancels Classes At Iowa College

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By Richard Pratt

SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) — Classes at Briar Cliff University in Sioux City have been canceled Monday because of a water main break.

The Sioux City Journal says water to the campus was shut off, leaving students and school workers without running water and heat.

An assistant dean, David Arens, said in an email to students that crews would be working on repairs through Sunday night.

The university contacted the American Red Cross to help with off-campus housing.

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