Sewage line break closes northwest side road - Tucson News Now

Sewage line break closes northwest side road

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

A sewage line back-up has was reported on the northwest side this afternoon. It was on the westbound side of Ina, just down the street for Old Father.

According to Marana Police the cause of the sewer back-up is still under investigation. But grease from the sewage spilled onto the street.

Marana Police had to shutdown the westbound lanes for several hours. They had to do this as a precaution, because the road was so slick from the grease.

Crews from Pima County Public Works used chlorine, water and brooms to clean up the mess.

All lanes of Ina were back open around 4:30pm.

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