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Officials Trying to Solve Snake Nesting Problem In The Local Sewers Of Wenatchee, Wash.

| by Paul Brown

It seems like the worst nightmares of some could potentially come true in a small town in Washington state this month.

Reports have come from Wenatchee, Washington that a nest of snakes has been living in local sewer pipes. 

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City engineer Gary Owen has been managing the situation, though he is unsure exactly what species of snake he is dealing with.

According to King 5 news, “the snakes might have tried to exit the sewer through toilets, but Owen says the snakes were sealed off and entombed when a new liner was put in the sewer pipe.”

Townspeople are counting on Owen, since this situation could culminate in a disaster (or at least a major shock to some unlucky citizens) if not dealt with properly.

Sources: King 5.com