A busy shopping street in Dundee was flooded after a water pipe burst.
Scottish Water were called out to the Nethergate, where a burst water main was causing difficulty to motorists and pedestrians.
The area outside of the Phoenix Bar and Medina appeared to be particularly affected.
The incident is currently being dealt with.
Residents n the DD1 and DD2 area also experienced disruptions to their water supply.
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A spokesperson for Scottish Water said: “We are currently undertaking essential rehabilitation works on Perth Road as part of a £5 million investment in Dundee’s infrastructure.
“During these works a burst occurred to a six inch main, leading to some localised road flooding.
“The burst was isolated and a team attended to fix the burst and resolve the situation as soon as possible.
“We would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused and thank our customers for their patience.”