46 days ago

⚠OUTAGE⚠

The Team from Wellington Water

UPDATE 8PM

Apologies for the delayed update, we've been checking in with the busy crews to get an ETA. Water is expected to be back on at 9pm.

Thank you for your patience and apologies to all those affected.
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UPDATE 5.50PM

Crews are working hard to resolve the burst and return water back to normal supply. The earliest that the water may be on again is 7.30pm. If this is expected to be longer, we will update our social channels again.

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UPDATE 3.50PM

The water tanker will be driving through the streets affected to provide water to residents. Thank you for your patience.

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UPDATE 3.06pm

A water tanker has been arranged to provide water to residents. This is expected to arrive at 4pm.

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The planned outage in Duncan St, Tawa is expected to extend beyond 4pm due to a water main burst in Duncan St.

We currently do not have an estimated time when the water will come back on, however we will update as we get further information.

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