According to LoHud on May 14, 2015:

A pipe burst along Route 202 on Thursday, sending a geyser of water at least 30 feet into the air.

The water spewed higher than the utility poles near the intersection of Chestnut Street shortly after 3 p.m. Suffern Police Chief Clarke Osborn estimated the geyser reached 30 to 40 feet high.

“The manhole cover blew right off,” he said.

The break occurred in a water main. The water continued to spew as United Water New York crews made their way to the scene along with firefighters and police.