This week’s water main rupture that sent millions of gallons of water flooding Sunset Boulevard and UCLA is a sign of what one councilman calls an “infrastructure crisis” in a city full of old water lines and bad streets, the Los Angeles Times said. UCLA Chancellor Gene Block estimated the Westwood campus may have incurred tens of millions worth of property damage, the Los Angeles Daily News reported.
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