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UK: Burst pipe rips up Sheephatch Lane, leaves Tilford residents of Islamabad, Garner’s Field area with no water


When the water company’s technician visited the site, they found part of the road surface had collapsed and a leak on an eight-inch diameter water main.

Times of Ahmad | News Watch |
Source/Credit: Farnham Herrtald
By Web Desk | April 6, 2018

A burst water main has ripped a huge hole in Sheephatch Lane, Tilford - likely closing the busy thoroughfare from its junction with Tilford Road until mid-April.

South East Water received reports of customers in Sheephatch Lane, which include the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association’s Islamabad base and Garner’s Field scout camp site, having no water at around 5am on Sunday, March 25.

When the water company’s technician visited the site, they found part of the road surface had collapsed and a leak on an eight-inch diameter water main.

The lane has been closed from its junction with Tilford Road since, and is expected to remain so until Monday, April 16. [more ...]



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