Residents of Hartley left without water due to waste water leak

Residents of Hartley left without water due to waste water leak

Residents in the quiet and peaceful Ash Road, located in the charming town of Hartley, were unexpectedly left without water due to a waste water leak. The incident not only affected those living in Ash Road, but also their neighbours in Fairby Lane, Church Road, Cherry Trees, and Carmelite Way.

The sudden disruption in their water supply has caused inconvenience and frustration for the residents, with some reporting no water at all and others experiencing low water pressure. Emergency repairs are currently being made to fix the issue and restore water to the affected households.

In a statement released by South East Water, they expressed their apologies for the inconvenience caused and the lack of prior notification. They also reassured residents that as soon as the repairs are completed, their water supply will return to normal. However, due to the complexity of the situation, the company is unable to provide an exact time frame for the repairs but emphasized that they are working diligently to resolve the issue as quickly as possible.

The repair work began at 12:30pm and has now been completed, according to the utilities company. They are urging residents to expect their water supply to resume shortly. As the community comes together to support each other during this unexpected water shortage, it serves as a reminder of the importance of having a reliable and efficient water supply.

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