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Crown Heights »

The break happened just after 4 a.m. on Pacific Street near Albany Avenue.

Upper East Side »

Madison Avenue was shut down for nearly 10 blocks while officials tried to stop the gushing water. 

Lower East Side »

150 residents and 10 businesses were temporarily without water, officials said.

Brooklyn Heights »

The break occurred Thursday just after 3 p.m. at 156 Montague St., officials said.

Downtown Brooklyn »

A water main break on Montague Street sent water pouring into the Court Street station, the MTA said.

Corona »

The water main broke overnight, officials said. 

Chelsea »

Water poured onto Ninth Avenue at West 29th Street and nearby streets, officials said.

Upper West Side »

The company's vintage and homemade costumes, as well as its historic dance floors, were drenched. 

Upper West Side »

The break at West 89th Street and Amsterdam Avenue caused nearby residents to lose their running water.

Astoria »

A water main broke at the intersection of 30th Avenue and 12th Street Wednesday afternoon, police said. 

Greenwich Village »

Students were told to use bathrooms in nearby buildings, a report said.

Midtown »

The leak prompted officials to close part of Lexington Avenue during the morning rush.

Elmhurst »

The E, F, M and R trains were back on a normal schedule after Friday's water main break, the MTA said.

Elmhurst »

The water main broke at a construction site at 51-35 Reeder St., officials said.

Lower East Side »

The break happened on Cherry Street and Rutgers Slip, causing some flooding.