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story.lead_photo.caption A ruptured water line caused authorities to close Clay and High streets in Jefferson City Monday, Sept. 2, 2019. Photo by Joe Gamm / News Tribune.

Police officers had to close High and Clay streets in Jefferson City early Monday afternoon after a pipe ruptured, sending torrents of water cascading into the sky.

The sight drew people from around the neighborhood, who marveled at the "geyser" that suddenly appeared.

Officials did not immediately release the cause of the break, and they had not determined as of late Monday afternoon when it would be repaired.

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