PROBLEMS – No one was hurt Thursday morning when this excavator tilted over at College and Tenth Street in Levelland. The operator was working at the site of a trench when the asphalt, ground and a steel plate buckled. Two trucks from Pate Trucking were brought to the scene. Chains were attached to the machine and it was pulled out with the help of a forklift. The arm of the excavator came within two or three feet of hitting the Lone Star Car Wash sign. Workers are making major improvements to
L. Howard Construction continues to make improvements to the cityís sewer infrastructure on the intersection of College Avenue and 10th and Hickory streets.
Work started Monday, resulting in the closure of part of College Avenue.
While workers have made substantial progress this past week, there is much work remaining, said city staffer Erik Rejino.
The work consists of reconstructing manholes and a sewer crossing along 10th Street and Hickory Street as the line crosses College Avenue. The sewer lines and manholes have been in place for several decades and are in severe need of replacement. This project will help prevent a major sewer overflow in this area.