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Four Corners CVS to reopen Thursday after repairs to water pipe

Hole caused by water pipe outside CVS. (Ulysses Conrad)

The CVS at Four Corners will reopen Thursday following repairs to a broken water pipe that forced the drugstore to close Saturday, according to an email alert from the Pelham Manor Police Department.

“The property management company is working expeditiously on full restoration,” said the email. “Their actively engaged team of experts were on-site today working with the village building and fire departments to confirm a path forward.”

The water line fed the store’s fire suppression system.

“The property will have impacted areas over the next few weeks as permanent restoration is carried out,” said the email. “We ask that patrons respect the barriers in place as they are there to keep you safe. We encourage residents to speak with their children who may pass through the area without an adult.”

The Pelham Manor Fire and Police departments responded Saturday to the hole in the middle of the parking lot caused by the problem with the pipe.

The other businesses in the shopping complex opened Tuesday morning, the Village of Pelham Manor said in a previous email.

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