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A burst water main sent a massive jet of water shooting 250ft over the Australian city of Melbourne.
The accidental fountain, the height of a 13-storey building, left streets and homes flooded.
Local television reported that leak sent two million litres of water shooting over the suburb of Glen Waverley.
A 9.5 stone metal cage that covered the pipe reportedly blew into the sky like a champagne cork, crashing down on a nearby house, while the cascading water also destroyed another house.
Local media said the water spout lasted an hour, with 35,000 litres of water gushing every minute.
The water company said the pipe was 50-years-old, but was supposed to last for 100 years.
The deluge was was reportedly fixed by a single worker from the water company.