There might be some soggy interruptions to daily life in Ajax today after a water main broke and started to gush water all over the city street. The break happened at Old Kingston Rd. in Ajax and the intersection is currently closed off as city workers attempt to fix the problem. Officials have warned residents that their water pressure might be lowered, or completely cut off in some areas until the main is completely fixed.\nA video posted on Twitter this afternoon showcased the messy situation as water poured from a main and onto the street.\nConstruction workers were spotted on the scene as cars attempted to divert away from the flooded street, as water continued to pour from the sidewalk. A city news release states that crews are currently working towards stopping the water flow in the area and getting the situation under control.\nThose who have businesses or homes in the area may experience water service interruptions for the day. Residents are supposed to keep watch, as updates will be provided on the situation throughout the day.\nOfficials are asking the public to make sure that they run only cold water on their tap for about 10 minutes when the water service comes back, according to Durham Region News.\nWater main break on Old Kingston Road in #Ajax. @RegionofDurham is on site and water has been turned off. Road is currently closed. @newsdurham pic.twitter.com/PkbS82lZaK— Erik Bradley (@ShwaBear) January 7, 2020\nThis will clean out sediment that may have built up due to the lack of water flowing through the pipes.\nCrews have been working on the issue for hours now, and the road will remain closed until further notice. Officials are asking drivers to plan an alternate route if they were planning on passing through that intersection today.\nCrews are responding to a watermain on Old Kingston Rd. Access to Old Kingston Rd. is closed at the intersection of Kingston Rd. & will remain closed until the repair is completed. Residents & businesses in the area may experience low or no water pressure. Updates to follow.— Region of Durham (@RegionofDurham) January 7, 2020\nIt is still unclear what the progress has been like or when we can expect to see the issue resolved. Water main breaks can take anywhere from a few hours to a few days to fix.\nHeads up to residents traveling in the area of Kingston Rd & Old Kingston Rd. Intersection closed due to a watermain break. @RegionofDurham on scene for repairs and will provide further updates. More info - https://t.co/DPQGakX8Dt https://t.co/wzRWWQqr87— Town of Ajax (@TownOfAjax) January 7, 2020\nHowever, this isn't the first time that a water main break has caused chaos in a Toronto street.\nA few months ago parts of downtown Toronto were shut down after a water main broke on Yonge St. near Queen and Dundas.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.\n*Disclaimer: cover photo used for illustrative purposes only.