UCLA’s campus found itself under massive flooding on Tuesday after a water main burst on Sunset Blvd. The break, which blew a 10-foot hole in the street and shot 30-feet high in the air, turned the university into a water park.
The home of Bruins basketball, Pauley Pavilion, was covered in a significant among of water, which will likely cost the university a pretty penny. This comes just two years after UCLA dumped $136 million into renovating the arena.
Following are a few photos of the interior of Pauley Pavilion, courtesy of ESPN’s Jeff Goodman.
Here’s what the outside of the arena looked like.
Drake Stadium also experienced significant flooding.