07:22 GMT28 February 2021
Listen Live
    Get short URL

    Residents of the civil parish of Barming in Kent, England were celebrating Easter with their families when a part of Broomshaw Road suddenly collapsed, leaving them without water, media reported.

    After a part of the road surface broke down in the region on Easter Sunday, some 30 homes were left without water supplies.

    "It was a bit of a shock. We had a family day and couldn't use any water," local resident Russ Palmer said, cited by the BBC.

    A large sinkhole that opened in the road as result of an accident affected some 30 local households.

    READ MORE: Arctic Weather Affects UK Water Supply Closing Businesses & Disrupting Factories

    Local officials said that residents were left without water for a short period of time and that the supplies had later been restored.


    Majority of Aleppo to Receive Restored Water Supply in Upcoming Days - Governor
    Syrian Army Takes Control Over Strategic Water Tower Supplying Aleppo
    Aleppo Governor Looking for Alternative Water Supply for Suffering Residents
    water supply, sinkhole, United Kingdom
    Community standardsDiscussion