An Aberdeen road remains shut this morning after burst water main caused the road to flood.
A crew from Scottish Water was called to the Scotstown Road area last night to repair the burst water main.
The affected properties had their water supply restored at around midnight.
Repairs to the surface of the road are set to be carried out this morning with the aim of reopening the road as soon as possible.
A Scottish Water spokesman said: “A Scottish Water team worked late into the night to repair a burst water main in the area.
“The burst was isolated and supply was restored to all affected properties around midnight.
“Repairs to the road surface are set to be carried out and the road opened to traffic again as soon as possible.”