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Water main floods Nanaimo street

Nanaimo Fire Rescue Lieut. Ross Angelucci, left, and Jodi Le Masurier, a Protection Island volunteer firefighter, chat about flooding on Front Street as fFirefighter Dan Newstone checks the water depth with his toe. Front Street was closed between Museum Way and Promenade Drive after a water main broke in the Port Place Shopping Centre parking lot shortly after noon Wednesday. Rushing water caused extensive damage to sidewalks and pavement in the area. - CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin
Nanaimo Fire Rescue Lieut. Ross Angelucci, left, and Jodi Le Masurier, a Protection Island volunteer firefighter, chat about flooding on Front Street as fFirefighter Dan Newstone checks the water depth with his toe. Front Street was closed between Museum Way and Promenade Drive after a water main broke in the Port Place Shopping Centre parking lot shortly after noon Wednesday. Rushing water caused extensive damage to sidewalks and pavement in the area.
— image credit: CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin

Nanaimo Fire Rescue lieutenant Ross Angelucci, left, and Jodi Le Masurier, a Protection Island volunteer firefighter, chat about flooding on Front Street as fFirefighter Dan Newstone checks the water depth with his toe. Front Street was closed between Museum Way and Promenade Drive after a water main broke in the Port Place Shopping Centre parking lot shortly after noon Wednesday.

Rushing water caused extensive damage to sidewalks and pavement in the area.

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