Burst pipe leaves Galway residents without water

Burst pipe leaves Galway residents without water

Some parts of Galway are without water this afternoon.

A burst water main on the Seamus Quirke Road means residents in Salthill and Taylors Hill are experiencing shortages.

A spokesperson for Galway City Council has said crews are on site and will fix the burst as soon as possible, but warns that it could take several hours.

A traffic diversion is in place diverting west-bound traffic from the location of the burst main outside the Hanley Oaks Hotel via Rahoon Road.

More in this Section

Man hit garda with pellet gun shot, court toldMan hit garda with pellet gun shot, court told

Man arrested on suspicion of conspiring to commit murderMan arrested on suspicion of conspiring to commit murder

Governing body claims insurers refusing to indemnify drivers over motorsport accidentsGoverning body claims insurers refusing to indemnify drivers over motorsport accidents

Child poverty to affect 23% without economic recoveryChild poverty to affect 23% without economic recovery


Lifestyle

This week, my wife and I need to get a room, writes Pat FitzpatrickLearner Dad: We have this irrational fear of games consoles, as if buying one automatically makes you a bad parent

More From The Irish Examiner