UCLA geyser and floodings in Los Angeles.
Ironic! As a historic and extreme drought dries up California, a water main breaks and floods parts of Westwood, LA.
At 3:30p.m. local time, a water main break triggered a several dozen feet geyser on Sunset Boulevard. According to CNN, streets turned into rivers and parts of UCLA turned into lakes after the explosion of the water pipe.
Almost 8 to 10 million gallons of water were rushed in the sky Los Angeles. Ankle-deep water spread across sections of the UCLA campus and rescue had to use boats to save several stranded people.
Three motorists were rescued from underground parking garages where stairwells had turned into raging waterfalls.
Dozens of vehicles as well as several buildings on the campus were partly submerged.
UCLA geyser and floodings in Los Angeles look pretty cool and awesome! But is it a sign of time?