Thousands of fish are being rescued from a stretch of canal in Birmingham city centre this weekend after it sprung a leak earlier this week.
The Canal & River Trust were originally expected to start work this afternoon, but they have been forced to postpone until tomorrow.
They are to drain a 200 metre section of the Worcester & Birmingham Canal to investigate water seeping from an aqueduct into a service road and disused railway tunnel.
The fish will be stunned with electricity, before being taken out of the drained canal by experts.
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