STONE MOUNTAIN, Ga. (AP) -- Crew members are trying to repair the damage from a water main break that left parts of a neighborhood flooded in DeKalb County.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that water spewed from an 8-inch man on Rockbridge Road and Kendrick Circle on Wednesday.
WSB-TV showed that water flowed from the front yard onto the driveway of one home. The waters rose higher than the tires of two parked vehicles.
The cause of the water main break is still unclear. Workers were able to stop the flowing water late Wednesday afternoon.
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