Residents in Plymouth have been affected by a suspected burst water pipe this afternoon. Some people in Southway say they have been without water for around three hours, but it many residents water has been turned back on now. The South West Water website says that the problem was flagged up around 3pm and has still not been fixed. It reports that the problem has occurred on Alger Walk and that it is making arrangements for traffic control so that the problem can be dealt with by engineers. Residents in and around Southway on Clittaford Road, Bampflyde Way and Dunnet Road have said they have also been affected, but the water is now back on. One resident who lives on Dunnet Road has said that they have “low pressure and brown water” and that work men are in the area. Another resident said: “Clittaford Road has no water this afternoon but it’s back on now.” Neil Tremblett tweeted South West Water at 2pm for help. He said: “SWWHelp no water in PL6 Southway. Any information on when supplies expected to be restored?” The South West Water website live incident map reads: “Alger Walk, Plymouth, PL6. “We are making arrangements including traffic control to repair this leak as soon as possible.” Read More Plymouth news The problem is under reference number 000002989804 and problems can be reported to South West Water on 0800 230 0561. South West Water have been contacted for comment.