A burst pipe caused some flooding on two floors at the hospital over the weekend.
A burst pipe caused some flooding on two floors at the hospital over the weekend.
A burst pipe caused some flooding on two floors at the hospital over the weekend.

The Bermuda Fire and Rescue Service responded to a call from King Edward Memorial Hospital at 11:50am on Saturday.

Sergeant Shannon Caisey stated that “there were several offices affected by water damage on the lower levels. The offices had approximately ½ inch of water throughout. The cause of the flooding was a result of a burst water pipe on the third floor which affected the first and second floors. 
Fire Service along with KEMH personnel used portable water vacuums to remove the water from the affected areas.”