A double strand break in DNA is exactly that: the strands of DNA are severed. A cross-linkage occurs when something forms a covalent bond between two nucleotides in DNA. However, is it possible for something to form both a cross-linkage and a double-strand (or single-strand) break? For instance, could one part of a molecule cause a break while another reacts to form a cross-linkage?
For the purposes of this question, enzymes or proteins which do this (If there are any) also count.