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    Water Main Floods UCLA Campus

    Danny Moloshok/Reuters

    Millions of gallons of water gushing from a water main break spewed for hours on Sunset Boulevard on Tuesday, flooding the University of California, Los Angeles campus. The 90-year-old main sent a geyser shooting 30 feet in the air when it broke and let out between 8 million to 10 million gallons of water before it was shut off more than three hours after the pipe burst. The floodwaters streamed into parking lots, buildings, and athletic fields. At least three people were trapped in cars, and the Los Angeles Fire Department brought in inflatable boats to rescue stranded students and visitors. Large parts of the campus were left covered in mud and water. The recently renovated Pauley Pavilion, home to UCLA basketball and other athletic teams, was at one point blanketed in eight inches of water.

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