Update: Roads diverted in King’s Lynn town centre due to burst water pipe
- Credit: Ian Burt
Rush hour drivers could face delays in King's Lynn town centre tonight as Queens Street is planned to remain closed until tomorrow.
A busy street in the centre of King's Lynn has been closed due to a burst water pipe.
Repair works began yesterday and has now been completed.
The hole will be refilled and the road surface will be repaired tomorrow.
Diversions are in place whilst this work takes place.
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Cars have been diverted from Queens Street between Tuesday Market Place and Saturday Market Place.
An Anglian Water spokesperson said earlier today: 'We are working to repair a burst water pipe of Queen Street, Kings Lynn. To make sure the work is completed safely unfortunately the road has had to be closed.
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'A diversion route is in place and we are very sorry for any disruption this causes.
'We will be working to get things back to normal as soon as possible.'