Up to 100,000 people in Prague have been left without running water after an underground pipe burst in the Dejvice district in the capital. The accident occurred at around 7 AM on Wednesday morning, cutting water supplies in the districts of Dejvice, Vokovice, Liboc and Bubeneč, a spokeswoman for the city’s water management firm said. The company has supplied tanks of drinking water to the affected areas, and said regular water supplies should resume later on Wednesday.
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