Cambridgeshire road closed after burst water main causes 'significant flooding'

The road is closed
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A Cambridgeshire road is closed after a burst water main caused 'significant flooding'. Lincoln Road is shut to traffic in Werrington, Peterborough.

Firefighters are pumping water away from the scene. The closure was first reported shortly after 10pm on Sunday (May 26) - with police advising drivers it is unlikely to reopen 'any time' soon.

A Cambridgeshire Police spokesperson said: "Road closed due to significant flooding. Emergency services are currently dealing with a burst water main which has caused significant flooding in the Lincoln Road area of Werrington in Peterborough. Please avoid the area, it is not likely to be opened any time soon."

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A Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: "We have three crews in attendance pumping water away. Please avoid the area."

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