Vandals in San Antonio are believed to have caused a sewage spill that sent more than 84,000 gallons spilling into a part of the city's north side.
Television station KSAT reports that local work crews were called to the scene late Thursday night. They found that someone had wedged a board into a manhole, leading to a blockage that pushed sewer water into a green belt.
Crews continued to work on the spill early Friday. Officials expect no lasting harm from the spill.
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