Thursday, July 31
(Los Angeles, CA) -- The water isn't gushing anymore, but crews are continuing repairs on that massive water main break that flooded the UCLA campus. Workers opened up a crater on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles and have now managed to close the valve. Now they'll work to repair the more than 90-year-old water main that sent millions of gallons of water into the streets. The pipe carries about 500-million gallons of water every day.