A burst main in north Glasgow has left residents without water.

Scottish Water has said they located the issue on Balmartin Road earlier this morning, and admit it will affect water supply for customers nearby.

It could result in residents having no supply or no pressure.

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Residents on social media say they have been affected by the burst since around 7am this morning, with one admitting it 'looks a bad one'.

Operatives are currently on-site to repair the burst and hope to restore normal supplies as quickly as possible.

However, Scottish Water has said they do not expect the repair to be complete until around 1pm.

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Local SNP MSP for Maryhill & Springburn Bob Doris has highlighted the issue, and asked for clarity from Scottish Water over the anticipated timeline.

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He said: "Families will be waking up with young children or elderly relatives with no water.

"Will protocols be put in place for vulnerable constituents? Have you established the scale of water supply loss yet."