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San Gabriel conducting cleanup after major sewage blockage

Photo by flickr user Máirín licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0.

Location

Alhambra , CA United States

The City of San Gabriel has started clean up from a sewage blockage that led to waste backing up into people’s homes on Wednesday.

The blockage occurred on South Arroyo Drive and some parts of Santa Anita Street. Santa Anita Street reopened late last night, said Jonathan Fu, public information officer for San Gabriel. Vista Cove and several other apartment complexes were affected, but the city is still doing outreach to find other affected homes.

Residents who need to contact the city about this or who want updates should visit this webpage.

Here’s an initial report about the sewage blockage, plus other San Gabriel Valley news for the week of June 1, 2018:

  • San Gabriel residents left with stinky situation after sewage blockage (KABC)
  • Developer pursuing homes in Alhambra office park clinches major new leases there (Pasadena Star-News)
  • Monterey Park woman reported missing, was last seen in Alhambra (PSN)
  • LA’s Durian-Obsessed Cafe Puts the King of Fruits on Everything — Including Pizza (Eater)
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