LEXINGTON, SC — A sewer main break resulted in a undetermined amount of sewage leaking into Lake Murray, Lexington town officials said.
The spill, which happened about 4 p.m. Tuesday as a crew hired by state transportation officials was taking soil samples, was stopped within an hour.
There is no estimate on how much leaked out, but the main is in an area served by less than 500 customers, Town Administrator Britt Poole said Thursday.
The break occurred near US 378 at Horse Creek Bridge. The South Carolina Department of Environmental Control has been informed of the leak and water samples have been taken for testing.
-- Rachael Myers Lowe and Tim Flach