SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- Regional Medical Center in San Jose is recovering from flooding inside of the hospital.
Repairs are currently underway for the leak.
Video shows water pouring inside the building a creating quite a mess.
First responders and staff moved medical equipment out of the way so it wouldn't get damaged.
The spokesperson for the hospital says a waterline in tower 3, the oldest part of the hospital, failed and caused minor water damage near a service elevator. He says it occurred in an administrative area and no patients were affected.
Water line break causes flooding at Regional Medical Center in San Jose
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