A major road in South London was closed by the emergency services after homes were flooded with what appeared to be sewage as a result of a burst water main.
Several fire engines, police cars and an ambulance attended the scene near Oval Tube station, while a London Underground Emergency Response Unit was also deployed.
A spokeswoman for Thames Water said: "A burst water main has caused flooding to Clapham Road. Engineers are on site working to manage the burst."
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