LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Street flooding in downtown Los Angeles was caused by a ruptured two-inch service line Friday, but it did not disrupt service to the area, a Los Angeles DWP official said.
The street flooding was reported at Sixth Street and Broadway at 9:04 a.m. by a passersby, Los Angeles Fire spokesman Brian Humphrey said.
The flooding was caused by a broken two-inch service line, a DWP representative said.
Crews are working on the break and it should be repaired by early Friday afternoon, she said.
Service was not disrupted to any DWP customers.
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