One lane reopened after water main bursts in Huntingdon

PUBLISHED: 12:45 30 January 2014 | UPDATED: 12:45 30 January 2014

Police were called to a burst water main in Ermine Street.

Police were called to a burst water main in Ermine Street.

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One lane of Ermine Street has reopened after a water main burst this morning.

Traffic can now exit the ring road and continue towards the Stukeleys, but the road will remain closed in the opposite direction until repairs to the pipe and road are completed.

Police officers were called to the scene at 3am. One property was flooded and the water is off at a handful of properties.

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