Residents without water after bus gets trapped in sinkhole

Some residents in Tremont are still without water after a school bus carrying 10 special-needs children fell into a sinkhole Thursday.

The roadway has been repaired, but residents in the area are still without water.

The roadway has been repaired, but residents in the area are still without water. (8/7/15)

TREMONT - Some residents in Tremont are still without water after a school bus carrying 10 special-needs children fell into a sinkhole Thursday.

As News 12 The Bronx previously reported, the school bus tipped on to its side after its back wheel got caught in a large sinkhole on Creston Avenue. All the children on the bus are OK.

The roadway has been repaired, but residents in the area are still without water.

According to officials, the water won't be turned back on until all the repairs are complete.

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