Trying to fix a water line that froze then busted, I can't get the water company to cut off the water, the valve at the meter no longer shuts off water to the home (I was not informed that the new policy states that the homeowner must provide own shutoff). Water company said they would send someone at 1pm yesterday, almost 24 hrs later, water still flowing heavily. My question is, is it possible to glue this cpvc line while water is flowing? My thought process is to just cut the line before the break and install a shutoff valve until a plumber can get out to fix it (Which will be days from what I've been told by the landlord). I am open to any suggestions. Please Help.
I think you've got nothing to lose by trying a Sharkbite. Something like this one from Home Depot:
It won't be easy, but it is better than continuing with a flood. Make sure you get the right size - if you're not sure, get every size that looks close and return whatever you don't use (Home Depot and similar stores are very good about that - I've had employees tell me to do that.)
There are a few products that come to mind...
Resin-permeated fiberglass tape. This stuff is a fiberglass tape enpregmented with a water-activated resin adhesive. Basically, you wrap the pipe with this stuff and the water causes the resin to fuse into a "permanent," fiberglass reinforced patch. I'd use this for a temporary fix and then replace the broken length of pipe later.
A mechanical pipe patch fitting. This goes around the pipe and clamps down to seal the leak with a rubber gasket. This might be too short for your situation, but they do make various sizes. Again, this will be a good temporary fix until you can fix it permanently.
A combination of Sharkbite fittings and a length of replacement pipe. Cut out the broken length of pipe and replace it using the push-fit Sharkbite fittings. The straight couplings are probably what you'll need, but while you're at it, depending on the location of the burst pipe, this might be a good opportunity to install a cut-off valve. This is going to get you plenty wet and could require some "gymnastics" to get things together, but you already have water flowing freely, so that might not be as bad as it sounds.