Why South Carolina divers were 80 feet down in a sewage tank

 When the Charleston Water System in South Carolina noticed that their pumps at the Plum Island Wastewater Treatment Center had clogged, they couldn’t just call in any plumber. They had to call in a crack team of divers to dive into up to 90 feet of raw sewage — in complete darkness — to find and remove the clog by hand. They came up with these large masses of wipes in their first two loads. They also found a baseball and a big piece of metal.



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