A burst pipe which flooded a village in Derbyshire, will have to be rebuilt according to the water supplier.
The water main in Milford is one of the biggest operated by Severn Trent - and it says building a new one will 'take some time'.
Yesterday, the pipe began shooting gallons of water metres in to the air in a field, after it's believed a farmer allegedly hit a water main while putting in a fence post.
A number of properties were evacuated and roads in the area were closed - the A6 has now reopened.
Repair workers assessed the damage to the pipe last night and say it must be replaced.
Severn Trent is assuring residents that there should be no problems with the water supply while repairs are carried out: