Cement-carrying lorry causes water hydrant to burst in Nottingham
A cement-carrying lorry caused a water hydrant to burst and flood a road in a city centre.
Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service said the vehicle caused the collapse on Carlton Road, Nottingham, which had been closed while the area was secured.
Severn Trent Water said the lorry hit a standpipe connected to a hydrant, which had affected "a handful" of households.
A spokesman said the extent of the damage will be assessed once the lorry has been removed.
The road reopened to traffic shortly before 14:00 GMT.
Severn Trent Water said the damaged pipe has now been repaired and the water is back on at all the affected homes.