First responders on Thursday battled a massive water main break in Hollywood that led to the evacuation of several homes before it was brought under control.

Calls about the flooding in the 6000 block of Fountain Avenue came in around 9:31 p.m., according to the Los Angeles Fire Department.

The broken main, which was shooting water some 30 feet into the air, later formed a swimming-pool-sized sinkhole, as footage from Sky 5 showed.

At least one nearby roof collapsed as a result of the heavy flooding. A woman and her dog were briefly trapped, though firefighters were able to extricate her and her pet.

Other nearby homes were evacuated as a precaution, and the Los Angeles Fire Department nearly lost a fire engine to the sinkhole, as its rear wheels began to sink.

“Luckily, being an all-wheel-drive fire engine, that engine, before dropping a second time, was able to crawl out of the sinkhole with little to moderate damage to the fire engine,” an LAFD official said.

Crews with the L.A. Department of Water and Power confirmed that an 8-inch pipe was broken, and as of Friday morning, the street remained closed to traffic.

No injuries from the massive flooding have been reported so far.