Water-Main Break Prompts Maryland Rescue A water-main break in suburban Washington, D.C., created a dangerous rush hour Tuesday morning. Water on one stretch of road in Montgomery County, Md., was 4 feet deep. Rescue teams were brought in to evacuate trapped motorists.
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Water-Main Break Prompts Maryland Rescue

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Water-Main Break Prompts Maryland Rescue

Water-Main Break Prompts Maryland Rescue

Water-Main Break Prompts Maryland Rescue

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A water-main break in suburban Washington, D.C., created a dangerous rush hour Tuesday morning. Water on one stretch of road in Montgomery County, Md., was four feet deep. Rescue teams were brought in to evacuate trapped motorists. Patrick Mitchell, one of the rescuers on the scene, talks with Robert Siegel.