Hundreds of properties throughout Glasgow with out water as burst predominant causes extreme flooding

Houses throughout Glasgow and East Dunbartonshire have been left with out water after a burst predominant brought on extreme flooding.

Firefighters and police are at present on the scene of the burst water predominant on the junction of Auchenhowie Street and the A81 in Milngavie.

The drive of the water seems to have lifted tarmac from the street, inflicting main flooding and prompting a rescue operation by emergency companies.

Hundreds of properties are with out water as Scottish Water investigates the difficulty which unfolded round 3.50pm.

Postcodes confirmed to be affected embody G2, G3, G4, G5, G11, G12, G13, G15, G20, G51 & Bearsden G61.

East Dunbartonshire Council has confirmed that each roads are at present closed.

A spokesperson for the Scottish Fireplace and Rescue Service mentioned: “We’re at present in attendance alongside emergency service companions at a water rescue incident at a junction between Glasgow Street and Auchenhowie Street in Milngavie, Glasgow.



The drive of the water seems to have lifted tarmac from the street, inflicting main flooding and prompting a rescue operation by emergency companies

“Operations Management mobilised two fireplace home equipment and two water rescue sources to the world after the alarm was raised at 3.53pm on Tuesday, January 24.”

A Police Scotland spokesperson mentioned: “Round 3.50 pm on Tuesday, 24 January 2023, police have been known as to help with street closures following extreme flooding on the A81 (Glasgow Street) at its junction with the A807 (Auchenhowie Street). Numerous roads within the space have been closed and police are advising folks to make use of various routes.



The burst main has caused severe flooding
The burst predominant has brought on extreme flooding

“Scottish Water is in attendance.”

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