Tanker service will resume in the morning. (FILE)
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The Allendale Pumping Station in St Lucy went offline today.
The Barbados Water Authority is investigating the issue, but in an “effort to maintain the safety of the workers”, the crews will continue work on Friday.
As a result, customers in the some areas may continue to be affected by low pressure or water outages into Friday.
These include: Colleton, Checker Hall, Shermans, Half Moon Fort, Clinketts, Sutherland Hill, Fustic, Bourbons, Broomfield, Maycocks, Husbands, Friendly Hall, Content, Archers, Crab Hill, Grape Hall, Salmonds, Greenidges, Cluffs, Spring Hall, Bright Hall, Connell Town, Northumberland, Hope, River Bay, Bishops, Coconut Hall, Spring Garden, Rockfield, Lowlands, St Clements, Round Rock, Chance Hall, Well Road, Pie Corner, Little Bay, Cove Bay, Fosters, Swampy Town, Trents, Mount Poyer, Harrises & Harrises Tenantry, Durhams, Jemmotts, Chance Hill, Mount View, Glendalough Road, Josey Hill, Peterses, Rock Hall, Lamberts, Mount Gay, Oxford, Church Hill, Luke Hill, Alexandria and surrounding districts.
Tankers service will resume early Friday morning.
The Barbados Water Authority apologises for the inconvenience caused by this service disruption. (PR/SAT)