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Northbound lane of Tuxedo Avenue in Brooklyn Heights shut down Tuesday after water main break

The road will be closed to West Shaaf Road, according to officials.

BROOKLYN, Ohio — Important traffic note for anyone planning to travel through Brooklyn Heights Tuesday morning!

The Brooklyn Heights Police Department is warning commuters to avoid the northbound lane of Tuxedo Avenue this week due to a water main break. 

Officials say that the road will remain closed to West Shaaf Road, near the Brooklyn Heights Recreation Center, until all issues have been resolved. Anyone who needs to access Old Brookpark Road will be able to do so from Shaaf Road. 

This is a developing story. Check back with 3News for updates.

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