Look What Happened Yesterday On Sunset Blvd Next To UCLA


On Tuesday, a 93-year-old underground water main burst on Sunset Blvd near UCLA forcing traffic to close in both directions. According to UCLA campus authorities, damages from water pipe break is in the tens of millions of dollars. Watch the crazy scene below:



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  1. Bill Walton must have had a massive bowel movement.

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  2. the rite question is:
    how many people should be killed before we think is the bigfoot?

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  3. That's not water its steam, probably coolant water from a nuclear plant which ate through the cast iron...

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    1. Steam is water in a gaseous form you tool.

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    2. Yes it does appear that the water is under high levels of heat and pressure which makes it explode into steam as it escapes confinement. There is a good chance that it is cooling water from somewhere...

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  4. it is in a gaseous form you ignoramus.

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    1. Then it's water, right bird brain?

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    2. 6:44, aka Big Jon, why so anal? Did peter pan strike a
      Nerve. Oh well, have some warm milk& cookies, then you
      Will feel better!

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    3. 6:44 is Not Big Jon, repeat
      Not Big Jon!!

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    4. If i say 6:44 is big jon, Then
      6:44 is big jon!
      And thats all there is to it!

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  5. Do you want a parade scooter?

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    1. Both of you jackasses need to learn how to use the reply button.

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  7. California needs that water to waste.

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