Arlington, Texas 2021-02-25 09:20:56 –
An “emergency utility repair” at Arlington’s sewage treatment facility released sewage into the Four Mile Run.
Sewage release is S this morning. It happened at the Gree Broad factory. The county authorities are S. Warns people to avoid the stream between Arlington Ridge Road and Potomac.
“Public citizens are advised to keep away from affected water and keep pets away until further notice,” Arlington County said. Press release.. “The water of a stream can contain microorganisms that can make people sick, whether the stream is in an urban area or in the middle of a forest. After the release is naturally washed away from the stream. But the county’s usual precautions for the safe use of streams apply. “
The crew is working in the factory to fix unspecified problems. As a result of construction, S. Part of Glebe Road has been closed on S.Eads Street.
“At this time, we don’t know when the repair will be completed,” the county said.
Separately, just before 9:15 am, the crash also blocked the lane of S. Gree Broad Road near S. Arlington Ridge Road after the SUV plunged into a utility pole.
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