Residents calling foul over overflowing sewage in NYCHA complex

Residents living in the Gravesend Houses in Sea Gate say they've had enough of the overflowing sewage creating a stink in the air.The residents say

SEA GATE - Residents living in the Gravesend Houses in Sea Gate say they've had enough of the overflowing sewage creating a stink in the air.

The residents say they are also concerned about the health hazard the sewage may be creating.

Making matters worse, the sewage is flowing near a playground.

Residents say that despite crews working to clean up the issue, they're concerned that it is only a matter of time before sewage overflows again.

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