Water restored to all affected houses in Rosewood

UPDATE: water has been restored to all affected houses in Rosewood.

QUU reported as of 10.45am repairs to the burst water main on John St had been completed and water had been fully restored.

 

9AM: More than 100 houses in Rosewood were without water this morning after a burst water main on John St.

The burst main was reported to Queensland Urban Utilities (QUU) by Rosewood residents this morning.

QUU reported crews had been sent to the scene and had reduced the number of houses without water to 30 by 9am.

A QUU spokeswoman said they expected the mains to be repaired by the early afternoon with some excavation needed for repairs.

The spokeswoman said QUU officers had been delivering bottled water to houses still without water.



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