Brits run out of WATER with schools shut and locals forced to stock up on emergency bottles as reservoirs dry up in 30C heatwave

PARTS of Britain were today left without water in the midst of the summer heatwave saw emergency bottled water handed out to thousands of homes.
Properties in Guildford, Surrey, saw their taps run dry and some schools in the town were also forced to close.
F Stop Press F Stop Press There were similar shortages 15 miles away in Haslemere as temperatures reached 27C in the latest day of scorching sunshine.
Thames Water aware since 10pm last night but can’t fix it."
Another dad added: "Over 12 hours no water at home.
This is totally unacceptable in 2018 to not have running water within a home with two young children."
Thames Water spokesman tweeted: "GU1 and GU2 customers may be experiencing low pressure or no water this morning after a technical issue on our network.
Twitter Twitter Twitter TRNSMT weather will see temperatures soar to 25C with Scottish heatwave set to last another WEEK "We’re pumping more water into the network to help restore your supply while we work to repair the technical issue on our network."
Severn Trent Water said low pressure issues which left some customers without water earlier today have been resolved and customers should see their services return to normal.
A hosepipe ban has been put in place in Northern Ireland and a number of water companies have asked households to cut back on their usage to avoid an outright ban.

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