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Several houses in Reading were left without water or low pressure today (October 6), as Thames Water says it is working on the issue and providing emergency supplies
The downtown areas, as well as addresses in Earley, Shinfield, Sonning, Woodley, Goring, Newbury, Theale and Calcot (RG1, RG2, RG4, RG6, RG8, RG18, RG30, RG31), have been affected
On the website, a statement reads: « We’re so sorry if you don’t have water or low pressure
“Our engineers are studying and working hard to get supplies back to normal as quickly as possible.
« We are sorry if you have been affected or if you are still having problems We know how boring and inconvenient it is
« In the meantime, we are looking for the best place to distribute bottled water in case you need emergency supplies.
« We will post again as soon as possible to let you know where we will be
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