Crews were notified around 8:45 Sunday morning and arrived on scene around 10 a.m.
After accessing the situation, it was discovered that a six-inch break was the culprit for the large amount of water accumulating in the neighborhood. An almost identical water main break occurred on W. 95.
John Goersmeyer, of the Cleveland Water Department, says both breaks have been fixed and water is turned on.
However, he says only one lane of traffic is open on W. 100 and the road needs repairs in that area now.
There was no obvious cause for the water main break, but according to Goersmeyer, it's not uncommon for random breaks to occur.
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