DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. — DeKalb County watershed workers are working to repair a massive sewage spill that dumped more than 200,000 gallons of sewage into Snapfinger Creek.
Neighbors said they knew something was going on because since Friday, they've been seeing and hearing crews working on the sewer line right behind their homes very close to the spill site.
Neighbors said the work is going late into the night and they're ready for the noise to stop.
Crews installed temporary bypass pumps to stop the spill and those will be in place until the damaged pipe is replaced.
© 2020 Cox Media Group