SUFFOLK, Va. - Suffolk has stopped a leak that spilled more than 9 million gallons of raw sewage into a creek.
WAVY-TV ( http://bit.ly/Sx278w) reports that the city capped the leak around 5 a.m. Thursday.
Sewage began spilling into Shingle Creek last week after a 9-inch section of a main ruptured during Hurricane Sandy.
The city says a section of Wilroy Road will be closed until at least late November while the damage is repaired.
Information from: WAVY-TV, http://www.wavy.com/
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