Tyler Allen, right, and Gabriel Armstrong of Utility Partners work Tuesday to contain raw sewage until repairs can be completed to a 24-inch pressurized line that broke on Glascock Drive in Harrison County's industrial park off Cowan-Lorraine Road.
Tyler Allen, right, and Gabriel Armstrong of Utility Partners work Tuesday to contain raw sewage until repairs can be completed to a 24-inch pressurized line that broke on Glascock Drive in Harrison County's industrial park off Cowan-Lorraine Road. Anita Lee calee@sunherald.com
Tyler Allen, right, and Gabriel Armstrong of Utility Partners work Tuesday to contain raw sewage until repairs can be completed to a 24-inch pressurized line that broke on Glascock Drive in Harrison County's industrial park off Cowan-Lorraine Road. Anita Lee calee@sunherald.com

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