LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. (WHTM)– Residents of a Lancaster County borough were asked to monitor their water use Tuesday.

There were three water main breaks on South Market Street in Elizabethtown borough but they have been fixed, the Elizabethtown Area Water Authority said in a Facebook post.

Elizabethtown Area Water Authority Del Becker confirmed in an email that one of the breaks was related to PennDOT construction on the South Market Street bridge project. The cause of the others is still unclear.

Water service was restored and the street closure was lifted Tuesday evening, Becker said.

One of the breaks was considered major. A large amount of water was lost because of the break and customers were asked to reduce their usage as crews worked to fix the break.