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Thames Water has said the A3 in Kennington will remain closed over the weekend, after the road was flooded on Thursday.
There's been major disruption after a 30 inch pipe burst, which then caused a damage to a smaller pipe.
Engineers are still working to clear debris and to find out what caused the problem.
Thames Water has thanked the London Fire Brigade for helping to pump out gallons of water and for distributing sandbags to protect residents
A Thames Water spokesman says the water is not sewage.
They say it is the result of a burst water main, which had mixed with silt and mud.
Engineers are on site working to manage the problem.
A burst water main has caused flooding in south London, closing a major road. Reports suggested sewage was pouring into people's homes as a result
Local resident, Angela Reynolds, 58, said: "The road has been made into a river. It's a bit like Somerset.The water is revolting, brown, muddy - well I hope it's mud.
The water just flooded the road in 10 minutes. It was quite incredible."