Clydebank residents will see their water supply interrupted until later this afternoon after a water pipe burst. (Monday, July 17)

Scottish Water says repair workers are on-site at the burst pipe on Russell Road which is disrupting supply to homes across the area.

The full fix is estimated to take around three and a half hours with the national water supplier predicting a full working return to all supply at around 3.30pm.

Local homes which are impacted are advised they will gradually return to normal, with Scottish Water adding they may experience no water supply, low/intermittent pressure or discoloured water.

Currently, there are no plans to provide bottled at distribution locations.