Emergency services are continuing work on the Toddbrook reservoir today.
Thirty one people in the Derbyshire town of Whaley Bridge have remained in their properties despite being told to leave.
Police have warned they're putting their lives at danger by not evacuating the area.
Emergency work is continuing to prevent a damaged dam from bursting.
The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is due to visit the dam later and meet residents and emergency workers.
Travel in and around the area continues to face disruption as a result;
Emergency services are working to repair damage to a dam at Toddbrook reservoir in #WhaleyBridge. We're working with @networkrail & a multi agency task force to understand progress being made. Tickets are being accepted on other routes, details here: https://t.co/LIvhyZv6nY— East Midlands Trains (@EMTrains) August 5, 2019