By Edward McLeish
For the third time in two months, flooding has forced people out of their homes in the Zen Harmony apartments on Therry St.
A Metropolitan Fire Brigade (MFB) spokesperson told CBD News that all of the incidents, which occurred on August 17, September 3 and October 10, involved issues with the hot water system, including burst water pipes.
“The cause of the incidents is unknown, but they are not being treated as suspicious,” the MFB spokesperson said.
“The council was alerted to the call outs and a building surveyor attended.”
The 55-storey apartment building was completed in 2012, and so far, building management has refused to comment on the series of floodings.
No injuries were sustained in any of the incidents.