A water pipe burst in Orchard Park Road in Hull on Saturday morning, cutting off the water supply to properties in the area.

Yorkshire Water have said that a pipe burst in the HU6 region has resulted in low or no water pressure supply to residents living there.

One Twitter user said that it took their washer 10 minutes to fill up, while another said they had absolutely no water supply.

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They said they are unsure of what has caused the burst but are actively looking into the issue, and have teams on their way to investigate the issue.

The company has assured its customers that the water supply should return as soon as possible.

On Twitter, they said that once restored, the water could return discoloured or cloudy but residents should let the water run for a few minutes so it returns to clear.

Yorkshire Water provides water supply to 5 million homes in the county, covering West Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, the East Riding of Yorkshire, part of North Lincolnshire, most of North Yorkshire and part of Derbyshire.

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