HOUSTON – A water line at George Bush Intercontinental Airport was struck by a construction crew Saturday, according to Bill Begley, director of communications and public relations with the Houston Airport System.
The loss of water pressure made an impact on all terminals at the airport except Terminal D, he said.
The airport shut down some restrooms to conserve water, and restaurants in Terminal E were temporarily closed. Begley said the airport was in conservation mode until the issue could be resolved.
Around 3 p.m. Sunday, the water pressure was addressed and returned to normal, officials said.
No flights were impacted, Begley said.