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WATERWORLD: Harrow Times: "Brent Cross North Circular flooding: 'It's like a giant lake'" (well, it used to be part of the Welsh Harp*)

Link to Harrow Times

(* okay, not that far east)

"Brent Cross has been brought to a standstill, after a burst water main left the North Circular Road under several feet of water.

"Traffic is queuing in both directions for up to five miles, due to the flooding under the Brent Cross Flyover.

"Water supplies in the area are believed to be affected, and the road is expected to be closed in both directions for some time." 

Link to Barnet Times

Barnet Times: 
"Water supply to begin returning to normal, says Thames Water"

"Water supplies will be restored to homes and business in the Brent Cross area from early this afternoon, according to Thames Water.

"A burst main caused extensive flooding of the North Circular Road under the Brent Cross Flyover, and brought traffic to a standstill this morning."


1 comment:

  1. I don't suppose that building thousands of extra buildings in this area will place any extra strain on the ancient creaking water supply and roads systems, will it?