Water leak floods Apple Computer building in Cupertino

“California Water Service Co. crews are cleaning up what’s left of a major water leak that left more than a foot of water lining the floor of an Apple Computer Inc. building in Cupertino early Wednesday morning,” CBS5.com reports.

“At one point more than 100 gallons of water per minute were flooding into the building from a leak under the first floor, a Santa Clara County Fire Department dispatcher said,” CBS5.com reports.

CBS5.com reports, “The leak was first reported at 12:55am… California Water Service Co. crews shut off water to the building at approximately 2:30 a.m. Wednesday and are working to clean up damaged areas of the building, the dispatcher said.”

Full article here.
Unfortunately for the rumor mill, that’s the only real leak at Apple right now. (Hopefully, there were no Mac Pros sitting on the floor or Xserves mounted low in racks in that building.)

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