Some Bradenton residents have a different kind of Hurricane Irma mess to contend with after a 10-inch sewage line gave way during the storm.
Some Bradenton residents have a different kind of Hurricane Irma mess to contend with after a 10-inch sewage line gave way during the storm. MARK YOUNG myoung@bradenton.com
Some Bradenton residents have a different kind of Hurricane Irma mess to contend with after a 10-inch sewage line gave way during the storm. MARK YOUNG myoung@bradenton.com

Irma leaves a river of sewage flowing in a Florida neighborhood

September 14, 2017 02:57 PM

UPDATED September 14, 2017 02:58 PM

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