A sewer overflow discovered Thursday afternoon caused sewage to spill into a nearby pond, Colleyville officials say. [[407121305,R]]
The overflow, located near 1101 West Lavaca Trail, was caused by a debris blockage, the city said. It's not expected to affect the local water supply, but officials with the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality said people with private wells located a half mile from the spill should boil their water.
Anyone in the affected area who uses a well should have their water tested, the TCEQ said.
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Several ponds downstream from the spill were tested, and only one was affected, the city said. Crews are working to remove sewage from the pond.