The water main that burst, causing huge disruption and two metre deep flooding in Wealdstone , has now been fixed.
The damage to a pipe in Cecil Road, the second of two to burst on Tuesday (October 24), is now repaired.
Wealdstone High Road is still closed for repairs however, after a huge flood caused significant damage to the area.
Harrow Council 's "clean team" was out in force removing debris left lining the streets, following the incident.
Video footage, taken before the pipe was fully fixed, showed the gaping hole left in the residential road whilst repair work was carried out.
In their latest statement on Friday (October 27), Affinity Water said: "We have successfully repaired the burst water main and anticipate full restoration of your water supply.
"However, return to service procedures are continuing throughout the evening and we will provide a further update when one becomes available.
"We believe all customer should have a supply at this time.
"We are sorry for the inconvenience caused by this incident and would like to thank our customers for their patience today."
Emergency services were called to Cecil Road at 10.55am on Tuesday (October 24) and evacuated more than 100 people from their homes and businesses as the street filled with water.
Five fire engines and around 30 firefighters and officers attended the scene, wading through the flood and providing piggybacks to residents.
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