Water Main Break in Oak Cliff

Monday, Jul 1, 2013  |  Updated 9:28 AM CDT
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Dallas Fire Rescue worked late into Sunday night cleaning up after a water main break at an Oak Cliff apartment complex.

Steph Prado

Dallas Fire Rescue worked late into Sunday night cleaning up after a water main break at an Oak Cliff apartment complex.

Dallas Fire-Rescue and residents of an Oak Cliff apartment complex worked late into Sunday night cleaning up after a water main break.

Water began pouring into basement apartments at 300 East Oakenwald Street in Dallas around 8 p.m. on Sunday.

NBC DFW viewer Kayla Ruffino took cell phone video of water pouring into the basement.

Meredith May raced to save her belongings.

"There's a good couple of inches covering the entire ground," May said. "We did our best to pick up what we could. But we'll have to file a claim and I'm sure they'll be a lot to clean up."

The Dallas Water Department is investigating the cause of the water main break.

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