Nearly 15 hours after a 24-inch water main burst early Saturday in Trenton, New Jersey, water service was finally restored.
Water flooded the neighborhood surrounding Garfield and Walnut avenues shortly after midnight, police said, quickly rising to the bumpers of nearby cars.
Residents in neighboring Hamilton Township, a few blocks away from the break, reported low water pressure. The Trenton Water Works utility services the city and surrounding towns.
Water service was restored around 5 p.m. Saturday. Crews may return to the scene Sunday to finish repair work.