CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, Calif. (KRON) — Approximately 30 homes are affected after a water main break Wednesday evening in a neighborhood near Berkeley, police announced in a Nixle alert. The homes affected are located on the 600 block of Oberlin Avenue and 100 block of Arlington Avenue in Kensington, which is a census-designated place north of Berkeley.

The six-inch water main break has resulted in flooding and pushed debris into the roadway, according to police. Water has been shut off for residents in the immediate area.

The East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) and PG&E will have crews working into the early morning hours Thursday. Police said no evacuations or shelter in place were issued.

“It was like an earthquake, with the car sinking,” said Gillian Yu who lives in the neighborhood. “I think it kind of moved a little bit and to a point where it was too stressed, and so there was not enough flexibility, and the water pipe broke again.”

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