Human waste spilled in Tontitown

Posted: April 21, 2014 at 1:36 p.m.

Human waste spilled from a truck Monday at Klenc Street in Tontitown, according to a news release.

The waste was being transported from Huntsville by Jimmy Jones trucking, which had a contract with the city of Huntsville to transport the waste, according to the news release.

The waste is in the area of Klenc, south of U.S. 412 and north of Kelly Avenue.

Several agencies and Waste Management are helping with cleanup.

The area will remain slick for several days, according to the news release. Crews will spread lime to minimize the smell of the waste once the rain ends.


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