Canada: Brentwood mall lower level closed due to flooding
Flooding at Brentwood Town Centre in Burnaby has closed stores on the lower level although the upper level of the mall is open for business as usual.
A spokesperson for the mall said it appears a water pipe burst at some point during the night.
EB Games Assistant Manager Bob Johnson said water had soaked into the carpets of his store, but overall, the damage was “not that bad.”
“The clean-up crews are working now,” he said. “We hope to have the store open by the end of the day.”
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Officials with the mall said the flood does not appear to be related to the high rise construction that’s taking place next to the mall.
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