New Malden burst water main causes flood outside station
18 June 2015
From the section London
A burst water main has caused flooding outside New Malden station
A burst water main has caused flooding outside a south-west London station.
Commuters posted pictures of themselves wading through water outside New Malden station on Thursday evening.
Thames Water said the flooding was caused by a burst water main on Coombe Road. It apologised to customers but said it could not estimate how many people were affected.
Police and London Fire Brigade attended the scene, while trains were not stopping at the station.
Trains were not stopping at the station
Police and London Fire Brigade attended the scene
A Thames Water spokesman said: “We are sorry to anyone affected by the flooding in the New Malden area and to any customers who may be experiencing low pressure or no water.
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