There are calls for the water system in Hull to be upgraded after a 95-year-old pipe burst in the city.
The council have accused utility companies of leaving ageing systems at the mercy of the elements, after pipes burst on Osborne Street and Bankside (pictured).
Councillors claim the pipe on Osborne Street was 95-years-old, and fear many others in the city are the same age.
Councillor Darren Hale, deputy leader of Hull City Council, said: "We can't have a situation that 95-year-old pipes in a major city are the norm - there's got to be investment in infrastructure."
Yorkshire Water say they have an extensive programme for replacing their water mains and spend about £10m a year replacing pipes.