NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A water main break on Sunday morning made a mess on the Upper East Side.

The break happened on East 71st Street and Second Avenue.

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Flooding in the area forced officials to shut down parts of First and Second avenues.

High water sent debris mixed with snow and ice floating down the street.

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The flood left watermarks on basement doors in the area.

There was no immediate word on how much damage was done.

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