Residents have expressed concern over a water leak on a street in Thorne.
The leak, on St Nicholas Road, near to it’s junction with Field Road and King Edward, has gone unrepaired for over two weeks.
Water from a burst pipe has been running down onto the crossroads, leaving residents concerned that the constant flow of water made the busy junction hazardous to pedestrians and road users alike.
One resident said “I am a carer and find that junction quite dangerous as it is”, adding it was “an accident waiting to happen”.
Yorkshire Water have apologised and said the leaked will be repaired next week.
A spokesperson said: “We have investigated the water leak at St Nicholas Road and repair work is scheduled to take place on Wednesday 6th May. The repair will be carried out in the late evening to minimise traffic disruption and we hope to have it completed by the following morning. We’d like to apologise to those affected by this main’s leak.”