Fire crews from Shannon are distributing water to locals in the Parteen area where the supply has been interrupted for almost a week.
Irish Water issued a notice earlier today advising water consumers in the Parteen and Clonlara Areas of the problem.
Locals say however they’ve had no proper supply five or six days. They say the supply comes on sometimes at night for a short period.
“It’s unbelievable they haven’t sorted it yet. I went away for the weekend so at least I could shower in a hotel. I was sure it would be sorted when I got home but there’s no sign of it being sorted,” one Parteen local said.
“The fire brigade have been here this afternoon and people have been getting water from them. But, we still can’t run a bath,” he added.
The utility has said today and tomorrow (Wednesday) and until further notice, consumers could experience loss of supply, poor pressure and or discolouration due to the repair of a burst water main.
A road closure has also been put in place on the L3058 form Griffins Cross to Mount Catherine Bridge. This will remain in place until 5:00pm on Wednesday 22nd June 2016. An alternative route is in place via the R463 to Clonlara while local diversions are in place.
A stand pipe was available at the Westbury Shopping Centre this afternoon and return at 8:00am on Wednesday for a short time.