This undated photo shows hikers walking near a water pipeline that runs through Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. Two pipelines that feed water from a spring deep in the canyon to storage tanks on the rim are the top priority for maintenance in the national park, and replacing them could cost up to $200 million.
This undated photo shows hikers walking near a water pipeline that runs through Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. Two pipelines that feed water from a spring deep in the canyon to storage tanks on the rim are the top priority for maintenance in the national park, and replacing them could cost up to $200 million.
Photo by Associated Press /Chattanooga Times Free Press .
published Friday, May 16th, 2014
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FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — A busted pipe that cut off a water supply for hikers at the Grand Canyon this week is the latest sign of aging infrastructure that could cost up to $200 million to replace.

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