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Wastewater overflows into Nuuanu stream

By Associated Press

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LAST UPDATED: 05:44 p.m. HST, Dec 20, 2012



Officials with the state and city say an overflowing sewer sent an estimated 2,250 gallons of untreated wastewater into a storm drain feeding local streams.

The state health department on Thursday advised the public to stay out of Nuuanu Stream from Kuakini Avenue to Nimitz Highway.

The city's Department of Environmental Services says roots clogged a pipe, causing the untreated wastewater out a manhole and into a storm drain.

The city department says water samples were being taken.







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peanutgallery wrote:
...but let's keep building new homes. Great idea! Oahu can't deal with it's current sewage, but were sure going to build a train. "BRILLIANT!"
on December 21,2012 | 01:30AM
DABLACK wrote:
Good One !! Lets see what Kirk goin' do !!
on December 21,2012 | 07:28AM
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