If you sometimes think your job is full of it, imagine working at the West Point treatment plant in Seattle where, thanks to a hydraulics issue, millions of gallons of sewage flooded rooms and flowed down stairwells!

Workers said it was literally raining sewage.

Rooms with 12-foot ceilings filled up with poop water short-circuiting the light fixtures.

Overflow went straight into the Puget Sound untreated.

Rooms full of toilet water busted doors off frames.

For all the dirty details read the full story here.

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