Property owners in Stamford’s Wallack’s Point section directly affected by a broken sewer line are urged to contact the city’s Citizens’ Service Center at . Stamford Risk Manager Ann Marie Mones will consult with property owners’ private insurance companies regarding property damage, according to a release from Director of Public Safety, Health and Welfare Bobby Valentine.

The sewer line break occurred Monday evening, sending 4 million gallons of sewage onto streets and private property. The cause has not yet been determined.

Fire Department crews and workers from the Water Pollution Control Authority, Department of Operations and Department of Health and Social Services have been at the location. Temporary bypass work is being done, but it may take weeks before permanent repairs are completed, according to the release.

Was your home affected by the sewage line break? Contact Felicia at .