A water main break in San Jose caused flooding and damage to roadways south of the downtown area early Thursday morning, according to San Jose Water.
The incident began at about 1:30 a.m. in the area of Martha and South Seventh streets, where a 12-inch water main burst, causing minor flooding and damage to the street, officials said.
For a brief time the overflow closed down the Interstate 280 onramp near South Seventh street.
Crews responded to the scene to repair the line, with an estimated completion time of 6 p.m., San Jose Water said.
The water company said about 26 customers were impacted.
Source: NBC Bay Area