On Tuesday, UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion was flooded when a water main burst near the campus.
As Breitbart California noted, it may have been the “largest break in the history of Los Angeles.”
Pauley Pavilion, which underwent nearly $130 million in renovations in 2012, was flooded with at least an inch of water. Other athletic facilities reportedly impacted include: Drake Field; the J.D. Morgan Center; the George Kneller Academic Center; the UCLA Athletic Hall of Fame; and the John Wooden Center.
— Kari Van Horn (@KariVanHorn) July 29, 2014
— Ryan Louie (@rylouie) July 29, 2014
— Lisa Horne (@LisaHorne) July 29, 2014
Drake Stadium on the campus of UCLA almost totally submerged as a result of a water coming from Sunset Blvd. pic.twitter.com/3Ux9hk5s1V
— Ryan Menezes (@ryanvmenezes) July 30, 2014