North Circular Road reopened following burst water pipe

PUBLISHED: 11:36 07 September 2012 | UPDATED: 17:32 07 September 2012

The North Circular Road is fully reopened (Pic credit: PA Archive)

The North Circular Road is fully reopened (Pic credit: PA Archive)

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Thames Water fix pipe and resurface road

The North Circular Road has reopened this morning after engineers worked through the night following a burst watermain which flooded an area close to Brent Cross.

Thames Water has announced that it has have repaired the pipe which flooded the Hendon Underpass on the A406 in Brent Cross on Wednesday and worked with TfL to resurface the road.

A Thames Water spokesman said: “All lanes of the A406 in Brent Cross were reopened in both directions at 8am today following a burst water main on Wednesday. We’re really sorry for the disruption.”

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