Ken Newby with Lexington's water quality division, hooked up hoses in front of sewage collection booms at the site of a sewage leak in Vaughan's Branch Creek in the back of Pine Meadows Park on Tazewell Drive in Lexington Monday. Vaughan's Branch is a tributary of Wolf Run Creek where dead crayfish have been reported.
Ken Newby with Lexington's water quality division, hooked up hoses in front of sewage collection booms at the site of a sewage leak in Vaughan's Branch Creek in the back of Pine Meadows Park on Tazewell Drive in Lexington Monday. Vaughan's Branch is a tributary of Wolf Run Creek where dead crayfish have been reported.
Ken Newby with Lexington's water quality division, hooked up hoses in front of sewage collection booms at the site of a sewage leak in Vaughan's Branch Creek in the back of Pine Meadows Park on Tazewell Drive in Lexington Monday. Vaughan's Branch is a tributary of Wolf Run Creek where dead crayfish have been reported.

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