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Roger Osborne from Schessler Ready Mix and Excavation stands in the hole at the rear of the Thomae Lumber building where repair crews had to jack hammer through concrete and several feet of dirt and gravel to access a broken sewer line on Monday.

Crews from Schessler Ready Mix and Excavation and Cotter’s Sewer, Septic & Portable Toilet Service were called in Monday morning to repair a broken sewer line at Thomae Lumber. The line broke under the building, a short distance from where it connects to the city sewer. Part of the crew as shown included Ricky Drake and JD Watson from Cotter’s and Scott Mills with Schessler’s. They had to jack hammer through the concrete in the building and in the alley where the ground was frozen to access and repair the pipe. Nate Meiers with Thomae is also pictured.

Photos by Kathleen Gilluly

Crews from Schessler Ready Mix and Excavation and Cotter’s Sewer, Septic & Portable Toilet Service were called in Monday morning to repair a broken sewer line at Thomae Lumber. The line broke under the building, a short distance from where it connects to the city sewer.

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