GLASSPORT (KDKA) — Properties covered in mud, muck and debris — a constant stream of water pouring down a hillside, roads buckling from the run-off.

That’s what residents say they’re dealing with on Oregon Avenue in Glassport.

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KDKA’s Kym Gable talked to two borough council members at the site Monday night.

Tom Bradley says council has been trying to get the Pennsylvania American Water Company to send a crew to dig on the hillside above the street.

Council believes the water is coming from a broken line somewhere.

“This is non-stop running from the end of January ’til now,” said Bradley. “So I would say it’s at least 50,000 gallons minimum.”

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Over the winter, the borough dealt with ice on the street.

Councilwoman Elaina Skiba estimates the town has spent at least $6,000.

“I mean, we’re losing a road,” she said. “We went from billing them for salt, labor, taking care of residents. We have yet to be reimbursed. We have sent the water company a bill.”

Penn American Superintendent Dave Ward told Gable by phone the company will send a crew this week, weather permitting.

He says they’re not sure if it is a break in a line, or just extensive run-off. Crews will have to dig to find out.

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