NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A big mess on the Upper East Side on Saturday may be a result of the extreme cold.
Crews were on the scene of a water main break at Second Avenue and East 75th Street.READ MORE: Protesters Attempt To Storm Entrance Of Barclays Center Over Nets' Refusal To Allow Kyrie Irving To Play Due To NYC Vaccine Mandate
The FDNY says the main broke just before 8 a.m.
Flooding extended for several blocks between Second and Third avenues.
Water was shut off in the area so crews could repair the leak and work to de-ice the roadways and sidewalks. Everything was cleaned up by Saturday evening.READ MORE: NYPD: Knife Fight Spills Into Midtown Pizzeria, 2 Taken Into Custody
It’s not clear what caused the water main to break.
Two days ago, roads were flooded and dozens of cars were damaged when a water main broke in Long Island City.MORE NEWS: With Less Than A Week Before NYC's Deadline, Municipal Workers Hold Anti-Vaccine Mandate Rally On Staten Island
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