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CT Post: An environmental service company says about 150,000 gallons of untreated wastewater has discharged into the Naugatuck River in Seymour from a broken manhole.
The spill has been stopped as crews make repairs, a spokesman for Veolia Environnement North America said Friday (December 27).
Emergency responders from Veolia arrived on the scene at 1 p.m. Wednesday and found the manhole structure had partly collapsed, sending debris to the bottom of the manhole and blocking the flow of untreated wastewater to the Seymour Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Read more about the raw sewage spill on the Naugatuck River.
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