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Installing drainage pipes

August 27, 2013
Weirton Daily Times
Workers from Cowgirl Up Inc., of Simpson install drainage pipes in the backyard of Paul Miller, 37 Still St., New Cumberland, on Monday. The work is being done to repair a closed mine entrance that was accidentally uncovered by Miller on May 3 and released millions of gallons of trapped water. The new drainage system, a series of manholes, pipes and ditches, will convey the water down Rolling Acres Road and to Hardins Run. Workers also replaced 30-inch pipes under Commerce Street that are part of a city storm drain. The project, which is being supervised by the West Virginia Office of Abandoned Mine Lands, is expected to take two weeks. -- Stephen Huba
 
 
 

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