A bit of chaos is currently underway downtown Montreal. A water main break that happened early this morning has been gushing water since about 4:00 AM.\nThe water main break is on Saint-Antoine street and no one knows when exactly the water will be shut down.\nREAD ALSO: Release Of "Hazardous Material" Forces Evacuation Of Berri-UQAM And Shuts Down The Montreal Metro\nTL;DR Flood Saint-Antoine since 4 a.m, no official word on when the situation will be under control.\n@mtlblogembedded via\nLuckily the temperatures are supposed to remain above 0C today so this isn't nearly as disastrous as it would have been if it happened 2 days ago.\nStill, the water has been flowing for so long it seems it has actually started to flood the foundation of the Tour des Canadiens 2 condo worksite.\nPolice confirm the water has been gushing on Saint-Antoine since about 4 a.m. @kamilahinkson tells me water is accumulating on St. Jacques too. pic.twitter.com/xs8vlHuIiI\n— Kate McKenna (@katemckenna8) March 27, 2019\nSaint-Antoine is closed between de la Montagne and Peel as city workers attempt to quell the burst pipe.\nPolice are on the scene blocking traffic and workers can be seen around the gushing water.\nI spoke with an officer on the scene but it seems there are no concrete details on what caused the break or how it will be fixed.\nMeanwhile, the water continues to flow and this is the third water main break we've reported on since January.\nThe first was also downtown, the second was just last week in Pointe-Saint-Charles.\nClearly, Montreal is having a bit of an underground issue, if these breaks keep happening. Hopefully, more details soon come to light in terms of the origin of this break.\nWe will keep you posted. In the meantime, if you spot anything going on in our city, send us a message @MTLblog or tag us in your Instagram story!