Thousands of residents of Samabula and Laucala Bay to face water disruptions from tomorrow night

Thousands of residents of Samabula and Laucala Bay to face water disruptions from tomorrow night

By Dhanjay Deo
Friday 31/07/2020

Thousands of residents of elevated parts of Samabula and Laucala Bay as well as surrounding areas in Suva may experience disruptions in water supply from 10pm tomorrow till 8am Sunday.

The Water Authority of Fiji says the interruption in water supply is to allow their ground teams to carry out urgent repairs to a burst water-main along Ratu Mara Road.

Affected areas include: Rewa Street, Kikau Road, Ruve Street, Sese Street, Lekutu Street, Rose Place, Nailuva Road, Cheng Place, McFarlane Road, Rakoroi Road, Ritova Road, Matanitobua Street, Belo Street, Raisara Road, Albert Lee Road, Howell Road, Ratu Mara Road, Lower Ono Street and Munia Street.

The Authority says people residing in these areas should store water for their immediate needs during this temporary disruption period.

It says water carting trucks are on standby to service the affected areas during the temporary disruption period.

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