Some pleasant news for Pleasants County Pool patrons: after cleaning up a muddy mess, park officials hope to have it back open by next week.
It's a far cry from the muddy waters seen Tuesday after a mudslide slid right into the pool.
Pleasants County Park maintenance workers, lifeguards and others have spent hours pumping out all the dirt and debris.
Park maintenance director, Jack Peckens says all that's needed now is some chlorine, and the pool should be reopen Monday.
"We've put a lot of work into it. We worked until about 9:30 the other night to get it done," Peckens said.
No word yet on the total cost of the cleanup.
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