Downtown Needles, CA: Burger Hut is cleared and ready to reopen.
After 4 days of being closed, the reported clog that caused water that was draining out from the Burger Hut, located at 701 West Broadway in Downtown Needles, California, to overflow out of an outdoor drain was flushed out giving the go ahead to reopen their eatery Friday afternoon.
Earlier Friday morning, Colorado River Plumbing was there at Burger Hut snaking a camera into the line from a manhole cover area on the north side of West Broadway on D Street well somebody with a snake tool entered into the drain line from the Burger Hut property on the south side of West Broadway.
After hours of snaking and filming with a snake camera, nothing was found and some would if the drain pipe line, clay made, was broken somewhere underground either under the Burger Hut property or under West Broadway and D Street.
Later on that Friday afternoon, Daniell’s Septic Tank Pumping of Bullhead City, Arizona came over to Burger Hut located at 701 West Broadway and pushed a holes line into the drain and 2 hours later, the line was cleared and was even checked out at a manhole cover on D Street next to DECO Food Services were the line drains into the sewer at.
At around 3:00pm PT Friday afternoon and after making a call to City of Needles’ Code Enforcement, both the City of Needles’ Water Department and Wastewater Department then gave the go ahead, removed the sign from the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health’s Division of Environmental Health Services, and turned back on the water giving the greed light to roll open their eatery.
Many have been hoping that Burger Hut reopens soon and have gave their love and support for Burger Hut and their food despise false rumors from a local business just down the street from Burger Hut.
Burger Hut has been seen marking repairs and cleaning up their property and had received an “A” grading and a score of 90% during the last inspection held on Thursday, October 17th, 2013 at 1:35pm PT.
ZachNews has talked San Bernardino County Department of Public Health’s Division of Environmental Health Services and has posted information as well as details from that inspection into Burger Hut at the following ZachNews website address: **
Great work to all of the people who came out to help clear out this clogged drain today.