There's a water emergency in Corry, Pennsylvania

10.03.16 | Bob Price

A water main break drained the entire Corry Reservoir of 300 million gallons over the weekend.

Corry Mayor Charles Campbell says the departments of public safety and health have been called to make sure residents are taken care of.

It'll take up to five days to fix the problem.

The Salvation Army is distributing bottled water until the "all-clear" is given.

Schools are shut down today in Corry due to the emergency.

Business, restaurants and factories that use a lot of water have been asked to remain closed today until the water woes are remedied.