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Floods hit the NYCHA building’s water mains in Long Island City, Queens

Long Island City, Queens (WABC)-A large water mains flood car parked next to the Queensbridge Houses in Long Island City, Queens.

The main broke around 2 am on Tuesday, and Vernon Boulevard and Road 41 were quickly flooded.

Local residents reported that water had accumulated to the height of the windows of vehicles parked on the street.

Floods were also reported within the 41-12 Vernon Boulevard, a building of the Municipal Housing Corporation.

The FDNY was checking for floods in other buildings and damage to structures.

The city’s Environmental Protection Bureau, Building Bureau, and Emergency Management Bureau staff also responded to the site.

The DEP crew stopped the water to stop the leak, and by dawn the water on the street had receded, leaving a thick mud coating on Vernon Boulevard.

Approximately 450 customers had no access to water as the crew began excavating the road to determine the exact cause of the leak.

A break in the water mains in this same area flooded the streets Back in January 2021..

A resident told Eyewitness News that he was still waiting for a refund from the city for vehicle damage.

Other news: The mayor sends a tough letter to New York employees: “report to work directly”

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Floods hit the NYCHA building’s water mains in Long Island City, Queens

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