In July 2015, on the campus of UCLA, a 30-inch water main had some sort of catastrophic failure, causing a massive geyser of water, estimated to be around 30-feet high, to erupt from under the road. Over 20,000,000 gallons of water gushed into campus buildings and lower levels of parking decks, stranding over 1,000 cars. The newly renovated Pauley Pavilion suffered significant damage, where over an inch of water covered the famous basketball court. So, is there any commercial property coverage or is this excluded as “surface water”?
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