Operations at Bradley International Airport are back to normal after a water main break on Saturday night.
According to officials, the water main break caused flooding on the lower level of Terminal A and activated the fire alarm system that told passengers to evacuate the building. The incident also caused a partial loss of power in the terminal.
Passengers in the terminal were asked to follow instructions from airport personnel.
Staff members were able to contain the water main break and power was fully restored to the terminal on Sunday. Operations inside of the airport are back to normal, officials said.