Because of the break water in new York flooded kindergarten: 23 children evacuated

Because of the break water in new York flooded kindergarten: 23 children evacuated

On Tuesday 23 children and dozens of adults had to be evacuated from a Brooklyn building that has been flooded two-meter layer of water. The incident occurred in a condominium on Lenox road, Brooklyn, with a kindergarten on the ground floor. Water main break took place directly under the preschool in the basement of the house.

Pipe rupture occurred due to rapid changes in temperature.

#FDNY members are on scene of a water condition at 337 Lenox Rd in #Brooklyn. Daycare (including 23 children), and apartments above, have been evacuated. Currently there are no injuries. pic.twitter.com/0VwVQVhuge

— FDNY (@FDNY) January 9, 2018

The staff of the fire Department of new York city quickly coped with the aftermath, pump out excess water using a special pump. The Department reported that during the state of emergency nobody has suffered.

Recall that at the end of last week’s water main break temporarily paralyzed the work of one of the terminal of International airport named after John F. Kennedy.

On the new York water supply system of the pernicious effect the frost that covered the region before Christmas.

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