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Published on May 30, 2017
Water pipe bursts Underground in Kiev, creates huge explosion Underground water pipe exploded, sending rocks and soil flying and damaging nearby cars and buildings. The huge bulge of soil exploded into the air after a high-pressure water pipe burst in the Ukrainian capital city of Kiev on Monday. The spectacular explosion left six square-metre hole in the ground as muddy water flooded the streets. One woman in a cream-coloured sweater watched the explosion which damaged nearby cars - but incredibly left her unharmed. The high-pressure water pipes had been used to funnel hot water to housing complexes from central heating plants. Fortunately the pipe, which normally carries scalding water, was only filled with cold water when it exploded. Officials said they have been carrying out tests, which is why the water had not been heated.