10,000 gallons of sewage flow into Hoosic River

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More than 10,000 gallons of sewage went into a storm drain and flowed into the Hoosic River in the Berkshires on Monday after a sewer pipe collapsed.

Our media partners at The Berkshire Eagle report the pipe collapsed on Eagle Street.

The pipe was repaired Tuesday, the North Adams commissioner of public services said.

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, the EPA,  and down-stream communities have been notified, he said.