Repairs to stop flooding in Spalding road to continue into weekend, warns Anglian Water
Work is taking place to stop flooding on a Spalding road during times of heavy rainfall.
Temporary traffic lights are in place on St Thomas's Road where a team of engineers from Anglian Water are working to repair a blocked sewer near Spalding Grammar School.
An Anglian Water spokesman said: "Two-way traffc lights are currently in place on St Thomas's Road to allow teams to work safely on what is a busy road in the area.
"However, we are hopeful that the lights can be removed over the weekend, however, with repair work set to continue in neighbouring fields.
"We are sorry for any inconvenience this causes and would like to thank customers and road users for their patience while we complete these emergency repairs."
The sewer repairs are in addition to work on a sinkhole that opened up in the Albion Street area of Spalding last Thursday.
Albion Street is currently closed while Anglian Water engineers try to resolve a problem which first emerged on Thursday.
An Anglian Water spokesman said: "Our teams are currently on site following the investigation of a sinkhole in Albion Street, Spalding.
"Further to a camera survey into the hole, we have found that our sewer pipe has collapsed and we are currently planning a repair to the pipe.
"The road has been closed for the safety of the public and our teams, with a diversion now in place.
"We would like to thank the public for their cooperation while we complete these repairs and look to have the road reopened as soon as we can."
A Lincolnshire County Council highways department spokesman said: "Unfortunately, at this stage, we are unable to give a firm timescale for when we will be in a position to reopen the road.
"But we are working with Anglian Water to get the issue resolved as soon as possible."