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Water burst causes flooding in Hammersmith

Thames Water engineers are today inspecting the 500mm water supply pipe that burst in Hammersmith, West London last night.
The burst flooded properties and cars but did not disrupt water supplies.Construction work, part of Thames Victorian mains replacement scheme was being carried out on the road at the time, but a spokesman said that the two events were not connectedRelated links:Today's top stories

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