The City of Prestonsburg allowed three men to bring their motorized camera system to check the storm drainage system (at Louisa East). After some help from several community members, we were able to access the drainage system through a junction box that was located close to the school building.
The camera system was able to provide 360-degree views from inside the drainage pipe.
The pipes under the building were inspected and no damage was found.
On the other hand, the camera system ran into the damaged pipes under the driveway on the river side of the school building. It would appear that well over 100 feet of corrugated pipe burned/melted.
We hope to begin work to replace the pipe as early as tomorrow (Tuesday), depending on the availability of a contractor that is equipped to handle the work.