Water main break causes flooding in Everett

EVERETT — A water main break at 6 a.m. Wednesday in Everett caused flooding and other problems, city officials said.

A six-inch pipe broke in the 2800 block of Rockefeller Avenue, said Marla Carta, the public works spokeswoman.

Several basements were flooded, she said. A dozen buildings on the east side of the street lost water service as well.

The pipe was repaired and water service was restored by early afternoon.

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