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Burst pipe causes water disruption

TEVITA VUIBAU
Saturday, February 15, 2014

Update: 12:50PM RESIDENTS in parts of Lami will continue to face water disruptions until 10 tonight.

This after a 375mm burst on the pipeline supplying parts of Lami. which needs replacement.

 A statement released by the Water Authority of Fiji (WAF) said areas affected include Delainavesi, Nadonumai Valenicina, Lami village Lami Town, Kalekana, Uduya, Red Hill, Veisari up to Togalevu, Queens Rd from Suvavou bridge to Veisari, Tamavua-wai and nearby areas.

 

"Water trucks will service the affected areas until supply is fully restored," the Water Authority said yesterday.

"The authority is trying its best to ensure that the service is restored within the said time frame.

 

"WAF is requesting its customers residing in the aforementioned areas to cooperate with us by storing and using water wisely."








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