Vacations ruined after geyser floods condo units in San Diego’s Mission Beach area

Two units at a Mission Beach condominium complex were damaged Friday morning after a broken pipe sent a water geyser into the air and onto the building.  At about 3 a.m., water crews were at work in an alley on Strandway and Jersey Court when a pipe burst for unknown reasons, flooding the street and sending water into the air.    Read the article………………..


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