JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (WJHL) — Ballad Health said Thursday afternoon it has resolved a water line break that affected Johnson City Medical Center beginning Tuesday evening.

Ballad says water issues prompted the hospital to go on diversion for incoming patients Tuesday, except for trauma and neonatal intensive care patients. That diversion, however, was no longer in effect Wednesday morning as crews continued to work to resolve the issue.

Officials at the health system originally believed the services would be recovered Tuesday night.

According to Ballad, a leak was discovered around 11:30 a.m. in the main water line that supplies the hospital, which created low water pressure affecting all patient floors at JCMC at Niswonger Children’s Hospital.

No patient safety issues have occurred and the water line break has not impacted dietary services for patients, according to Ballad.

Visitors for admitted patients are limited to one or two immediate family members for the time being. Public restroom access is also limited.