October 29, 2012
SYDNEY MORNING HERALD (Australia), BBC NEWS, THE GUARDIAN (UK)
MELBOURNE - Two million liters of water were shot into the air after a faulty valve ruptured in a peaceful neighbourhood of Melbourne, reports BBC News.
At least one house has been significantly damaged, with water flooding into its living room and the garage roof collapsing, writes The Sydney Morning Herald.
It took the water company an hour to stop the flow.
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