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Published February 10, 2014, 10:17 AM

Water leak forces temporary closing of Urban Stampede

Urban Stampede employees shifted buckets under water streaming from the ceiling Sunday afternoon after a water leak forced the coffee shop to close temporarily.

By: John Hageman, Grand Forks Herald

Urban Stampede employees shifted buckets under water streaming from the ceiling Sunday afternoon after a water leak forced the coffee shop to close temporarily.

Water to the building had been shut off after the leak was discovered, said co-owner Patti Eider. She said they would likely reopen soon after cleaning up the mess from the leaking water. About 10 buckets and garbage cans of varying sizes were stationed around an area of the shop's seating area. A technician from Lundseth Plumbing and Heating Co. was on the scene soon after the leak forced the shop to close. The three-story building, which includes apartments on top of the coffee shop, was built in 1888, according to county property records.

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