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Repair crews work to fix century-old sewage problem in Albany

February 08, 2019 05:32 PM

ALBANY - Efforts were underway on Friday to fix a century old sewage problem in Albany.

As NewsChannel 13 first reported last month, untreated sewage from The Argus Building on Broadway has been flowing into the Hudson River. The problem started in 1913. The city just noticed it.

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NewsChannel 13 went to the scene Friday and saw excavation work being done outside the building.

Crews are digging around ducts and water mains to connect a manhole to a sewage pipe and fix the problem.

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