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A second water main break was reported on the UCLA campus, this time at a Target store. According to the report, water can be seen pouring through the ceiling of the store. Earlier this week, a 93-year-old water main broke near UCLA's campus.

By SI Wire
August 01, 2014

For the second time in the past week, a water main break was reported on the UCLA campus, this time at a Target store, reports Fox 11 Los Angeles

According to the report, water can be seen pouring through the ceiling of the store.

Earlier this week, a 93-year-old water main broke near UCLA's campus, sending millions of gallons of water through the streets, stranding motorists and flooding parts of Pauley Pavilion, where the basketball team plays.

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The Wooden Center, the J.D. Morgan Center, where the athletics offices are located, and some parking garages also were damaged.

UCLA officials said Pauley Pavilion, which went through a $136 million renovation that was completed two years ago, will be ready for the upcoming season.

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