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Water Leak Floods Apple Building

Water Leak Floods Apple Building

by , 10:50 AM EST, December 13th, 2006

A water leak found early Wednesday morning left one of Apple Computer's buildings in California with a foot of standing water. abc7news reports that at one point over 100 gallons of water per minute rushed into the building.

A security guard first reported the water spraying through a wall shortly before 1a.m. pacific time. The California Water Service Company shut off water to the building so workers can clean up the damage.

Apple Computer uses several buildings in the Cupertino area, but the report does not specify which one was damaged.

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