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Severn Trent statement on sewage leaks in Central Avenue West Bridgford

The Avenue has had two leaks of sewage in the past week.

Foul-smelling water leaked on to the Avenue yesterday, Sunday 13 August and last Thursday.

A Severn Trent spokesperson said:

“We’re really sorry for any inconvenience that the flooding has caused on Central Avenue.

“Our teams have been carrying out investigations, and have found that it’s being caused by a misconnection into our network from a third party, causing the system to overwhelm.

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“We are now in contact with those responsible, and will be working together to help get everything fixed and back to normal.

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“While work is ongoing, we will be carrying out daily visits to clear the system to help increase capacity and minimise the risk of flooding again.”

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