SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – City utility crews are trying to determine what caused a water main to break and flood the backyard of a south Sacramento home this morning.

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Water gushed into the backyard of a home on 62nd Avenue and 21st Street for several hours this morning and eventually seeped into the home.

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The homeowners are upset saying it took the city too long to respond to their call saying the water main broke at 6:30 this morning but it wasn’t until just before 10 a.m. until the water was shut off.

The amount of damage done to the home was not immediately known.

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It’s also unclear if recent freezing temperatures contributed to the break.