Spring Bank West won’t reopen for days…

Spring Bank West won’t reopen for days as huge extent of damage uncovered
2019-11-01 16:36:00
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 EmailThis picture of a gaping crater in the centre of Spring Bank West shows the extent of the damage caused by a burst water main. The damaged pipe, which caused flooding on Monday evening and resulted in residents being left without water, has been worked on by Yorkshire Water engineers for the past four days. It shut the major route into the city centre and caused traffic problems as the road was closed to traffic in both directions since 9pm on Monday evening. Despite the large 10-metre-wide cavernous pit, created to repair the damage along the usually-congested stretch of road, Yorkshire Water confirmed one lane of the eastbound road, heading into the city, had opened on Friday afternoon. Workers pictured on Spring Bank West fixing the burst pipe on Tuesday (Image: Hull Live) But the bad news is that the westbound carriageway will be shut for another week as Yorkshire Water aim to open the road westbound by Friday, November 8. Yorkshire Water engineers have worked tirelessly to get the road open fully, but despite cutting the work hours down by four days, it could be as early as next Friday (November 8) when the westbound carriageway will open. WATCH: Yorkshire Water update on the burst p


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