Ruptured Pipes Cause Flooding at Carlsbad Shelter

Staff Report
NewsWest 9

CARLSBAD, N.M. - Ruptured pipes caused flooding for a Carlsbad shelter on Friday.

It forced several families to relocate.

Officials say a fire sprinkler line in the ceiling froze and then burst, flooding the entire building.

No one was hurt.

No word on where the families have been relocated to.