The water supply to thousands of homes across Birmingham is "slowly being restored" to normal following a major water mains burst, Severn Trent Water have said.
The firm has urged people to stay patient as it may still take time for the network to fill back up.
A spokesperson also warned people their water might be slightly yellow or orange - but said there was no imminent risk to health and it should return to normal if left running for a few minutes.
We will of course be monitoring this, but if you should experience a slight yellow/orange discolouration, please don’t worry.
If you do experience any discolouration, just leave your cold tap running for a short period (usually about 20 minutes) and your supply will return to normal.
We’d like to thank all of our customers for their patience – we know it can be a real inconvenience to be without a water supply and we’re really sorry for any problems this has caused.
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