The water stopped flowing around 8 a.m. but the area remained a mess.
After shutting off the water flow, crews began cleaning up the area.
It's unclear at this time what caused the break, but repair crews brought a new water valve to complete the repair.
New valve on-site...and yeah, that thing weighs more than me. pic.twitter.com/G5TG0M5Mfx— Sustainable Raleigh (@SustainableRAL) June 6, 2019
Crews were able to reopen traffic on Falls of Neuse Road by 12:30 p.m.
New valve is ready to go, and we're just trimming the pipe so we'll get a perfect fit. That pipe saw is serious business (ie - This guy can skip arm day). Also, all lanes of Falls of Neuse are back open...booyah pic.twitter.com/DLtqm6143O— Sustainable Raleigh (@SustainableRAL) June 6, 2019