Emergency repairs are being carried out this morning after a water main burst on a main road in Coventry.
Engineers from Severn Trent are already on site at the incident, but will need to install temporary traffic lights in order to repair it.
The incident is located on Hipswell Highway, between the turn-offs for Macaulay Road and Longfellow Road.
On their website, Severn Trent said four-way lights will be installed at 9am and will remain until the pipe is fixed, which may cause some delays.
Residents along the road may also be experiencing some supply interruptions with their water supply until the problem is resolved.
Severn Trent says: “Customers living on Hipswell Highway may experience supply interruptions this morning due to a burst pipe.
“Our engineers are on site at the burst location on Hipswell Highway which is between the Macaulay Road and Longfellow Road junction.
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“Due to the location of the burst, our team have had to arrange for traffic management to attend and set up 4-way lights. – this is so that our team can carry out the necessary repairs safely.
“The lights will be installed around 9:00am.
“We’re very sorry for the disruption this may cause, once the traffic management has been set up, our team will be able to start the repair work.”