Over 100,000 gallons of water flooded a four-block area in the Kingsbridge section of the Bronx yesterday morning. A 20-inch water main broke around 3:30 a.m.; though it was contained by 6:30 a.m., NY1 reports the "sidewalk started to crumble, creating a huge gaping hole that stretched along half the street in one of the Bronx's busiest intersections"—231st Street and Broadway. Businesses, including a parking garage, Chase bank, and an African artifacts store, were flooded, leaving business owners worried about damages (the city is accepting damage claims). City Councilman Oliver Koppell added, "This is just about the worst place in the community where this could happen because all the buses converge on this corner, as well as a lot of traffic going from Kingsbridge to Riverdale." MyFoxNY says that while the DEP is restoring water pressure, residents "may see some brown water coming through their taps." The brown water is safe, just let it run.