Burst pipe in Magnificent Mile hotel causes flooding

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A water pipe burst at a Magnificent Mile hotel on Friday night, causing flooding and elevator outages.

The 4-inch pipe broken about 7 p.m. on the top floor on the InterContinental Hotel, 505 N. Michigan Ave., according to Chicago Fire Media Affairs.

One stairwell was flooded and some elevators were out of service temporarily as crews fixed the pipe, officials said.

No one was hurt.

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