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Homes in south London had to be evacuated last night as a river of brown, murky water swept through the area. Initial reports suggested a sewage pipe had sprung a leak.
A Thames Water spokesman later pooh-poohed the sewage theory, saying the incident was caused by a burst water main, mixed with silt and mud.