A deaf woman in Maryland received an outrageously high water bill because of a running toilet. Obviously, she couldn't hear that it was constantly running, so the bill just kept piling up all month.

When Denise Sansonese got the bill, she went to the city to discuss the bill, but they didn't have an available interpreter for her. A local agency has now stepped in.

Brad Peterson, the Assistant Director of Community Services, said he wants the city to reduce the bill by as much as they can, if not complete waive it. If they don't comply, he will do whatever he can to have the bill taken care of.

Read more at WCIV.