Broken Pipe Floods Miller Elementary School In South LA

LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Crews are working to clean up Miller Elementary School in South Los Angeles after 10,000 gallons of water flooded the campus.

Fire officials say a broken pipe is to blame for the flooding, which affected two floors and 20 classrooms.

No one was inside the school on West 77th Street at the time of the incident, but crews say the school suffered extensive damage.

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