All along a Garland street, so much of what turned houses into homes, is headed to the curb: ruined by the water that rushed in from Duck Creek.
A home flooded with sewage is almost unlivable until repairs are made, and the owners are getting the runaround from those they say are responsible.
A lightning strike on a Collin County power supply caused a water station to spill more than 650,000 gallons of raw sewage into Spring Creek — a tributary of Lake Ray Hubbard.
Crews worked all weekend to clean up more than 200,000 gallons of sewage that spilled into a creek and pond near Highway 114.
An electrical malfunction at a sewer lift station opened the flood gates to a massive sewage spill in Westlake and nearby Trophy Club.
Residents in Saginaw said it smelled like raw sewage, rotten food, and even like a dead animal.
It was May of 2011 when the City of Burleson experienced a massive sewage spill, now as the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) levies punishment for its handling of the incident more details are coming to light.
It’s been a big mess for TxDOT crews to clean up in North Fort Worth overnight.