ELIZABETH, N.J (CBSNewYork) — A water main broke early Tuesday morning in New Jersey.
It happened shortly before 6 a.m. on Louisa Street near Jackson Avenue in Elizabeth.READ MORE: 'Irresponsible:' MTA Says Mayor's Plan To Add 250 Subway Officers Isn't Enough To Combat Recent Crime
Water is flowing into the streets, but flooding does not appear to be affecting traffic.
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Crews are on the scene to make repairs.
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