10:30 A.M. UPDATE:
ENDICOTT (WBNG) -- A water main break in the village of Endicott has been fixed, Endicott water officials say.
Those with the Endicott Water Department tell 12 News the break on Glendale Drive has been fixed and the road is back open. The road had been closed Tuesday night after water flooded the road. Officials have not yet said what caused the break.
Some residents may experience brown water, according to the Endicott Water Department. Officials say residents should run their water to clear it up.
Hydrants are being flushed to help clear up the water, water department officials say.
3:00 A.M UPDATE:
ENDICOTT (WBNG) -- A 12 News crew returned to the scene at 2:30 a.m. Wednesday morning. The Endicott Water Department says it's a water main break and will be on scene until further notice.
A section of the road will be blocked off until further notice. They also said there is no update on the water pressure for nearby residents.
A crew member said a water main break is, "One of those things that happens every once in a while."
Water was spewing on to a section Glendale Drive Tuesday night.
The water started to pool up towards the end of the road, near the intersection of Glendale Dr. and Main St. in Endicott. As of 11:30 p.m. the road was closed.
12 News got to the scene around 11:15 p.m. One state trooper was also there.
We're told some residents in the area lost water pressure at around 10:30 p.m. We're unsure when water pressure will be restored.
12 News reached out to New York State Police and they said it was some kind of "water event that caused damage to the roadway." Police are not sure if it was a water main break or when the roadway will be cleared up.