Dozens of households in Aberdeen have been left without water this evening due to a burst water main.
Around 50 properties have been left with no water supply or a loss of pressure due the incident on Balgownie Road in Bridge of Don.
Scottish Water staff are currently on site working to repair the burst pipe, and the company says alternative supplies have been introduced to ensure their customers are not left without a supply.
Motorists have also been experiencing disruption along the busy Aberdeen road due to flooding.
A spokeswoman for Scottish Water said: “We are currently repairing a burst water pipe which is causing the interruption to the water supply for customers in Bridge of Don.
“The water supply will gradually return to normal for customers once the repair has been completed.
“While we carry out the repair please be aware that you may experience no water supply, low / intermittent pressure or discoloured water.
“At present we expect to complete the repair in a timeframe which means we do not plan to provide bottled at distribution locations.”