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Ruptured pipe causes Roads End sewage spill

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A pressurized sewer line ruptured around 9 a.m. Friday underneath Logan Road causing an estimated 1,000 gallons of sewage to be discharged through a storm water culvert onto the beach at Roads End State Park.

The discharge flowed though a culvert, onto the rocks and onto the beach, a City of Lincoln City news release said. The sewer line has been isolated and is no longer spilling sewage into Logan Creek and the affected area has signs posted.

City of Lincoln City officials notified Oregon Emergency Response and the Department of Environmental Quality.

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