DENVER (CBS4) – Crews are working to repair a broken water main that happened early Saturday morning.

The break happened at Holly Street and Florida Avenue.

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Two apartment complexes, two single family homes, and a business are without water.

The water main break created slick conditions at the intersection of Holly and Florida.

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Denver Water hopes to have the repairs completed and the road reopened by Saturday night.

They believe old age caused the main to break.

“There could be a lot of things that factor into it but we do know this pipe was installed in 1956. The aging infrastructure definitely plays a part in this,” said Travis Thompson from the Denver Water Department.

Northbound Holly will remain closed during repairs.

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As of Saturday night the 12 inch break has been repaired.