News Update!!: Downtown Needles, CA: New information on what clogged the drain at Burger Hut.

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News Update!!: Downtown Needles, CA: New information on what clogged the drain at Burger Hut.
ZachNews is learning more information from a person involved during the work to unclog the drain at Burger Hut that lead to Burger Hut being closed on Monday, January 6th, 2014 in Downtown Needles, California.
According to this source, a big wad of plastic bags were found wadded together was clogging the drain and was found during the flush out of the drain.

The source tells ZachNews that this big wad of plastic bags looked to have been shoved into the drain from an opening to that drain where the water was overflowing.

The big wad of plastic bags clogged up the drained dirty and smelly water and grease from flowing into the sewer.
Burger Hut has been a target of vandalism in the pass including windows being broken in August 2013, tagging on their benches, and Christmas decorations being ripped down and trashed in late December 2013.
The clogged overflowed the drained dirty and smelly water and grease outside the building leading to a complaint onto Burger Hut leading to Burger Hut being close by the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health’s Division of Environmental Health Services at around 12:00pm PT on Monday, January 6th, 2014.
Burger Hut later reopened at around 3:00pm PT on Friday, January 10th, 2014 after a call to City of Needles’ Code Enforcement and both the City of Needles’ Water Department and Wastewater Department then gave the greed light to roll open their eatery.
Burger Hut has been seen marking repairs and cleaning up their property days and months before the closing and has 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: **

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Even with that information from the San Bernardino County Department of Public Health’s Division of Environmental Health Services, some in the community are still going on spreading rumors about Burger Hut that have no fact or truth to them.

Repeated customers tell ZachNews that they will not listen to rumors and will continue to come to the place that they have been enjoying for years and years.

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