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Homes in Redruth left without water amid Covid-19 crisis

Homes in Redruth left without water amid Covid-19 crisis

Published by Sarah Yeoman at 9:48am 1st April 2020.

An apology has gone out after residents in Redruth were left without water and unable to wash their hands during the coronavirus crisis.

People living in the Treskerby area told Pirate FM they were affected on Tuesday afternoon because of planned maintenance.

South West Water says the work to the water main was "essential".

All supplies have now been restored and bosses have apologised for any inconvenience caused.

“During essential planned maintenance to a water main in Treskerby, Redruth, today (Tuesday 31st March) some customers experienced interruptions to their water supply for up to one hour and 30 minutes.

“All customers’ supplies have now been restored.

“We apologise for any inconvenience this has caused."

South West Water

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