4 million gallon sewage spill shuts Patapsco at Linthicum
More than 4 million gallons of sewage spilled from a pumping station in Halethorpe into the Patapsco River starting Monday afternoon, prompting health warnings from Linthicum downstream.
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#1 Aug 2, 2008
This doesn't surprise me at all! Lived in this Halethorpe/Linthicum area for over 25 years and we ALWAYS have water and sewage problems. Seems we have to live in NORTHERN Baltimore County to get anything fixed, you know...the richer part of the county.
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