ABC7 Los Angeles(LOS ANGELES) -- A hundred year old water main ruptured in Los Angeles on Tuesday, flooding parts of the UCLA campus.
As the flooding stretched from buildings to underground parking garages to the Drake Track and Field Stadium, the LA Fire Department brought in crews to help rescue people from swamped cars.
Pauley Pavilion, which underwent a $133 million renovation in 2012, was also flooded.
No injuries were reported.
City councilman Paul Koretz says such an emergency could not have come at a worse time, as Los Angeles and much of California is...