Thanks to a burst fire hydrant.
Popular Melbourne community radio station Triple R temporarily went off the air last night after the studio became flooded as a result of a car crashing into a nearby fire hydrant.
As seen on the independent broadcaster's Facebook page, management announced by 7.30pm last night that the station's programming had gone down and within an hour a photo of the burst hydrant was posted online.
"We are working in it and will update you as soon as we can," a statement read.
"The good news is that Radio On Demand is still working."
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It is understood that by midnight programming was brought back to air, however management have announced this morning that the station office is closed until further notice.
"Some amazing people worked very had [sic] though the night to get us back on air," the online post read.
"Programming has returned to normal after yesterday's drenching but the office bore the brunt of it and is closed until further notice. Thanks so much to everyone for your support and offers to help, we really appreciate it!"
The Music has contacted Triple R for further comment.
Check out the below video of the station mid-flood taken by a bystander.
Our neighbours at Triple R (3RRR 102.7FM) Radio really have to battle the extreme elements to bring music to the community day after day. Hopefully there is no damage done to the building. #tripleR #RRRradio #waterwatereverywhere #bringyoursnorkletoworkdayPosted by Kitty Jane on Tuesday, 19 January 2016