A discarded section of temporary sewer line lies broken up along Raleigh’s Hertford Street on August 14, 2015, as workers replace older, leak prone terra-cotta sewer lines with larger ductile iron sewer pipes before sewage leaks become chronic.
A discarded section of temporary sewer line lies broken up along Raleigh’s Hertford Street on August 14, 2015, as workers replace older, leak prone terra-cotta sewer lines with larger ductile iron sewer pipes before sewage leaks become chronic. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
A discarded section of temporary sewer line lies broken up along Raleigh’s Hertford Street on August 14, 2015, as workers replace older, leak prone terra-cotta sewer lines with larger ductile iron sewer pipes before sewage leaks become chronic. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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