End to Spring Bank West ‘shambles’ in…

End to Spring Bank West ‘shambles’ in sight as road set to reopen earlier than expected
2019-11-05 14:54:00
We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor details of your data protection rightsCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailSpring Bank West is set to fully reopen two days earlier than expected after the major Hull road was damaged by a burst water main last week. The road was shut in both directions at 9pm on Monday, October 28 after it was damaged by a burst pipe which left residents without water and caused traffic chaos in the city centre. It has caused traffic chaos, with one disgruntled motorist branding the situation a “shambles”. Pictures were released showing the extent of the damage as Yorkshire Water confirmed that one lane of the road, heading eastbound, had been reopened on Friday afternoon. But the company said at the time that it did not expect the westbound carriageway to reopen until one week later. Now a spokesman from Yorkshire Water has said the works should be completed by Wednesday afternoon, two days earlier than expected. Flooding in Spring Bank West He said that was dependent on the weather allowing workers to carry out the work, which includes resurfacing the top layer of the road. Workers originally had to dig down three metres into the road to locate the source of the problem, with Yorkshire Water’s manager of field operations, Phil Elbourne, saying the burst had caused “a huge amount of damage”. Earlier this week, Hull’s Labour party, including MP Emma Hardy and councillor Daren Hale, deputy leader of Hull City Council, demanded


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