Our crumbling infrastructure: A few hours ago, a water main at West 106th Street and Central Park West broke.... and water started going into the 110th and CPW station. The MTA says, "Customers using A, B, C and D train service should expect severe service disruptions due to a water main break in the vicinity of 110th Street and Central Park West. Both B and C trains are suspended from end to end. A train service is suspended between West 145th Street and Columbus Circle and D trains are not running between 161st Street, in the Bronx and either Pacific Street, Brooklyn or West Fourth Street in Manhattan."

WABC 7 reports, "The fire chief tells Eyewitness News that he believes it to be a 30-inch main. Workers stopped the flow of water shortly after noon. The street near the break was already beginning to buckle. The water was flowing north, up Central Park West, all the way to 110th Street. It was also beginning to seep into some buildings." DNAinfo has video and more pictures of the buckled street.