Water main break floods streets in downtown Minneapolis
MINNEAPOLIS -- Minneapolis officials say water pressure is back to normal for most residents and businesses after a broken water main flooded downtown streets Thursday afternoon.
Officials say some streets remain closed this morning while crews continue to make repairs. Around 14-million gallons of water spilled into streets after a contractor hit and ruptured a water main.
A number of businesses in the area were closed last night and are expected to reopen today.