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Tom Beale was part of a crew assigned to finish construction of a basin at a wastewater treatment plant. At the center of the basin was a drainpipe, 42 inches in diameter. The pipe dropped straight down 6 feet before reaching an elbow joint where it proceeded horizontally underground to the pump station.

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