"No agua," Yoni Lopez said.
That's right. No water at Cancun Mexican Restaurant on State Road 662 in Newburgh.
"It's sad because we all have lots of noise, customers, we're so happy doing things but right now, we don't have like a company, it's sad to see our business like that," Lopez said.
Servers here have no choice but to sit in the empty chairs and stare out the window as their lunch crowd walks away. Cancun put up a sign saying it closed for lunch because it didn't have any water.
"We work for tips and we lost a lot of tips today, probably we don't make anything," Lopez said.
City of Evansville Water Superintendent Roger Johnson says crews were able to find the location and shut off the valves in the area. He says around 20 customers were without water on State Road 662 from I-164 east to Burdette Drive.
"Anytime you're without water, it's an inconvenience. A fairly large area effected as far as not necessarily out of water, but several homes and businesses and schools and hospitals that had low pressure," Roger Johnson said.
As crews drill for the problem, there's a lot less drilling going on down the street at Family Dentistry. Dr. David Ogle says they had to cancel a few appointments because of the lack of water.
"We need water for what we're doing, got to keep things cool and flushed out while we're working, but also once the water comes back on, it's usually under a boil advisory for awhile so we can't run water through our hand pieces and our lines so we have to shut the water down and go to an alternate water system," Dr. David Ogle said.
He says Thursday morning, the water was a slow drip. It's an unpleasant surprise, that leaves these businesses without a source they rely on.
City officials say they expect to have service restored by 5:00 Thursday afternoon. There is a precautionary boil advisory in effect. The city encourages you to boil your water for the next 48 hours.
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