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The News10 headline reads: Water Main Break Floods Home in Vista - July 27, 2012 - 20 Homes without water service due to water main break
A water main break forced residents to evacuate their homes in Vista. The break occurred at 2 a.m. in the 3000 block of Ora Avo Terrace. Crews discovered 1000’s of gallons of high pressure water gushing through torn pavement and one home was flooded under a foot of water.
Jan Hawgley, who lives one house down where the pipe burst said the water rush looked and sounded like Niagra Falls. "The force of the water is simply amazing," said Hawgley.
"Some fly-by-night company actually just showed up before Gold Coast Flood and told home owners in distress that they were sent by the city. They then started packing contents of one of the homes so they could do the job that they were not officially contracted for. Vista Irrigation found out and had the company removed so Gold Coast Flood Restorations could come in and do the work," according to a San Diego Sheriff's Department spokesperson.
Water department officials said a 6-inch-line broke and 20 homes lost water service. 10News learned that the pipe was made out of a cement compound from the 1950s. Crews ripped up a retaining wall at 6 a.m. to replace 13 feet of the pipe. It will take some time to dig up the streets and restore service, according to officials. A formal investigation is pending on the nefarious unnamed flood company.
Read the San Diego 10 News report here: http://www.10news.com/
For more information contact Gold Coast Flood Restorations at 888-373-9243 http://www.GoldCoastFlood.com or contact Vista Irrigation District. To speak with a San Diego water damage representative please call 888-373-9243 or visit the VID preferred San Diego water damage and mold removal remediation company Gold Coast Flood Restorations online at http://www.goldcoastflood.com .