Burst water main in Braddon

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ICON Water crews are currently attending a burst water main in Lonsdale Street in Braddon, and commuters are being asked to avoid the area due to the high level of activity at this time.

“The burst is on the corner of Elouera and Lonsdale Streets,” a spokesperson said.

“Icon Water crews are working to repair the burst as quickly as they can to minimise disruption.

“Those heading through or near Braddon should take necessary steps to avoid the area. Whilst it is difficult to predict to what degree the water will be affected, crews are working as quickly as possible to repair the damage.

“Icon Water would like to take this opportunity to apologise to our customers in the affected area for any short term inconvenience this burst may cause.”


UPDATE: Icon Water crews are currently finalising the repairs to a burst water main in Lonsdale Street in Braddon. It is still advisable to avoid the area whilst the work is being finished.

The burst is on the corner of Elouera and Lonsdale Streets. Icon Water crews have been working to repair the burst as quickly as they can to minimise disruption.

Some residents will have experienced a loss of supply whilst the burst main was being repaired and there may be some discolouration as the supply is redirected. The pipes are currently being flushed to minimise the impact of discolouration. Whilst it is difficult to predict to what degree the water will be affected, crews are working as quickly as possible to repair the damage.

If residents have ongoing concerns, they should contact Icon Water Customer Service on 6248 3111 or talktous@iconwater.com.au .

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