Posted: Mon 24th Apr 2017

Drinking water supplies return for hundreds of households following last nights burst water main

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Monday, Apr 24th, 2017


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Update;

Water supplies began to return to normal overnight following repairs to a burst water main near to Asda in Queensferry.

From yesterday;

Residents in parts of Deeside are without running water this evening due to a burst water main.

The burst pipe is affecting drinking water supplies to households in Queensferry and Shotton.

Welsh water say they have a team on site repairing the damaged main and anticipate that water supplies should begin returning to normal by early hours tomorrow morning.

When the water supply is restored residents may notice some discolouration of tap water say Welsh Water “this is normal in this situation and the water should clear when run from a cold tap.”

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