Yorkshire Water have released the following statement after a landslip occurred on land in Scarborough where a pipe jointly used by them and another company, McCain, is thought to have burst underground.
You can read the full statement from them below:
"We have been in contact with some residents of Knipe Point Drive and we're aware of the independent report commissioned by the Knipe Point Residents Association, dated December 2012.
Due to the length and high level of technical information in the report we have not yet been able to fully consider it.
We will however look closely at the findings and respond to the residents as soon as possible".
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