Water Main Break Floods UCLA Campus

 Wednesday, July 30, 2014

 USA Today

A 93-year-old water main broke above the campus of the University of California-Los Angeles, sending a torrent raging through parking structures and athletic facilities. No injuries were immediately reported from the flooding at UCLA, and many students used the occasion to go wading down steps that became waterfalls. Some broke out floats and were pulled through the accumulated water. Some of the water reportedly may have damaged Pauley Pavilion, one of UCLA’s athletic facilities, but many of the campus’ other most famous buildings, such as Royce Hall and Powell Library, are perched well above the flooding.
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