Tankers continue to line up along a quiet New Forest road ready to remove wastewater from a burst sewer. 

Southern Water has deployed the vehicles to pump out sewage from their wastewater pumping station at Ashurst Bridge Road, near Totton, so it can be fixed. 

Around 30 are currently in the area around Bartley Park and Foxhills and Hounsdown school pupils and joggers, cyclists and dog walkers accessing the Forest via a road bridge over the railway track at the end of the road are being asked to use alternative routes if possible. 

Daily Echo: Tankers parked in Ashurst Bridge Road

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Southern Water has confirmed the issue is still ongoing and could take until the end of the week to fix. 

It's the latest problem to impact residents of the road, who have reported the return of numerous tankers in the past week.

They have suffered tanker movements day and night several times a year for around a decade, most recently when fixing a burst pipe elsewhere in the Forest in January.