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Broken water pipe shuts down The Arms Family Museum

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - A broken water pipe caused damage inside The Arms Family Museum in Youngstown.

The staff at the Mahoning Valley Historical Society tells 21 News that on Wednesday a pipe burst inside a wall on the second floor of the building.

The break caused minor damage to the second floor and first floor sitting room.

However, there is extensive damage in the first floor dining room and the boiler room in the basement.

The museum is closed and there is no reopen date at this time.

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