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NCAA.com | July 29, 2014

Water main burst causes flooding on UCLA campus

A 90-year-old pipe ruptured Tuesday, pushing out about 75,000 gallons per minute into parts of the UCLA campus, including Drake Track and Field Stadium, Pauley Pavilion and the John Wooden Center, KABC reported.

The water main burst was reported about 3:30 p.m. PT at 10643 W. Sunset Blvd.

To minimize damage, workers were placing sand bags on the north side of Pauley Pavilion, which underwent a $133-million renovation in 2012.

Complete story from KABC  UCLA campus flooding from KABC

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