A clamshell shovel is lowered out of view inside an underground overcasing after an auger was used to chew through waste and the walls of a vertically buried pipe at the Hanford 618-10 Burial Ground north of Richland.
A clamshell shovel is lowered out of view inside an underground overcasing after an auger was used to chew through waste and the walls of a vertically buried pipe at the Hanford 618-10 Burial Ground north of Richland. Tri-City Herald file
A clamshell shovel is lowered out of view inside an underground overcasing after an auger was used to chew through waste and the walls of a vertically buried pipe at the Hanford 618-10 Burial Ground north of Richland. Tri-City Herald file

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