Emergency room flooded at Maimonides Medical Center

Operations are back to normal after the emergency room was flooded at Maimonides Medical Center. Officials say a water pipe burst in the ambulance bay

Ambulance services were temporarily suspended when a water pipe burst.

Ambulance services were temporarily suspended when a water pipe burst. (1/9/14)

BROOKLYN - Operations are back to normal after the emergency room was flooded at Maimonides Medical Center.

Officials say a water pipe burst in the ambulance bay of the Brooklyn hospital Wednesday night.

Ambulance services were temporarily suspended, but resumed about two hours after the flooding began.

No patients were affected.
 

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