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ACCESS Downtown Clinic Sustains Water Damage

January 5, 2015 4:30 PM | News

Winnipeg Regional Health Authority - WRHAA second Winnipeg health clinic has flooded after a burst water pipe.

ACCESS Downtown at 640 Main Street experienced water leaking through ceiling tiles at around 2 p.m. on Monday.

On Sunday, ACCESS Winnipeg West was affected by a frozen pipe that burst and forced the relocation of client services.

The Winnipeg Regional Health Authority says the water was noticed quickly in the latest incident and damage was significantly contained.

It’s unclear how the heating coils froze and led to the burst pipe.

ACCESS Downtown has approximately 110 staff working within the facility on a daily basis.