Washington - People warned to stay back after sewage leak at Arlington’s Four Mile Run

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News a sewage spill into four mile run in Arlington was discovered and stopped yesterday the people are being warned to keep themselves and their pets away from the water there's been no estimate on how much but a sanitary sewer pipe carrying waste from homes and businesses leaked into the stream near seventh street south it was no accident Arlington county department of environmental services spokesman Pete Culkin says a man hole was opened and rocks were dropped in someone or some people put put these rocks down there and that was blocking the flow and it was coming out of the mantle a work crew cleared the rocks and seal the manhole the county says people and pets should stay out of four mile run south of the spill until further

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