A water main break created a massive geyser that sent water flowing into the air in Montgomery County Wednesday morning.
The break happened about 6:30 a.m. at Washington and Cherry Streets in Conshohocken.
SkyForce10 was over the scene shortly after the main erupted and it showed water shooting approximately 30 feet in the air.
Due to the sub-freezing temperatures, the water from the main was instantly freezing on power lines, trees and even a nearby building.
Crews were able to shut the water main off about 7:30 a.m. Electrical crews also had to knock off the icicles off the power lines.
The water main break is located near the SEPTA Norristown line, but a SEPTA official told NBC10 service was not being impacted.