ROBBINSDALE, Minn. (AP) — Officials are rerouting traffic in Robbinsdale after a major water main break flooded a busy road.

Water flooded County Road 9 on Thursday night and was knee-deep in some areas. Officials say a 3-foot pipe burst.

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Crews contained the break Thursday and were expected to be on scene through Thursday night. It’s unclear how much water spilled out.

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The Star Tribune reports the city has been tackling problems with water pipes since a water main break in July 2013 created a 20-foot-deep sinkhole. About 600,000 gallons of water leaked from a 3-foot pipe.

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