SAWS News: Thunderstorms in Northeast San Antonio Cause Sewer Overflow
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Thunderstorms in Northeast San Antonio Cause Sewer Overflow

 San Antonio Water System crews are responding to a sanitary sewer overflow occurring in the Holbrook and Rittiman Road areas. The trigger for public notice was activated when a severe rain event caused a 48-inch sewer main to overflow.

No adverse impacts to Salado Creek are expected since the spill was heavily diluted by storm water. SAWS crews are monitoring the areas and will initiate clean up when floodwaters recede. See TCEQ notice for more details.

SAWS Water Quality staff is contacting private well owners in the area.

See TCEQ Notice (pdf) for more details.

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