Thursday is the first day city crews are out clearing the debris. It's been two weeks of the horrible smell.
"We've been calling them, and calling them, and calling them, I think at one point someone called the fire department," said Cross.
Cross said she'll keep going out, stink and all, just to check on the progress of the backed-up stream.
"We've been getting headaches and it's hard to eat. I mean, you don't ever get used to this smell," said Cross.
The city said crews will be clearing out debris until the odor problem is fixed.