A geyser burst through the asphalt near a Murray intersection.
"There was a pretty good sized rain storm that came in and evidently the [city] storm system wasn't able to handle the water that was coming down," said Murray Fire Department spokesman Russ Groves. A 12-inch water main at 1070 W. 5500 South burst, and the water pressure buckled the street about 5 p.m. Monday, flooding the road.
The water did not get into any homes or businesses, Groves said. Instead, it went down the storm drain and into the Jordan River.