Staff Photo by John Rawlston/Chattanooga Times Free Press
Servpro employees work Thursday to clean up water that came up through the toilet at the Townsend Atelier in the Main Street Warehouse building, flooding the business. The crew was cleaning up from Wednesday's incident when water began gushing from the toilet again Thursday. The business owners believe the overflow is caused from water flowing into storm drains from the nearby water main break on Cowart Street on Wednesday.
Staff Photo by John Rawlston/Chattanooga Times Free Press Servpro employees work Thursday to clean up water that came up through the toilet at the Townsend Atelier in the Main Street Warehouse building, flooding the business. The crew was cleaning up from Wednesday's incident when water began gushing from the toilet again Thursday. The business owners believe the overflow is caused from water flowing into storm drains from the nearby water main break on Cowart Street on Wednesday.
published Thursday, February 24th, 2011
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As workers in Chattanooga's Southside district mopped up water that spilled from a broken water main into their businesses Wednesday and Thursday, many wondered who would foot the bill for damage.

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