“Yeah, he pulled right up, stopped, I mean, (I) could barely get them pictures taken. He was that quick and gone,” Robbins said.
From the pictures that Robins took, state environmental protection investigators learned that the DNC rented the bus, but it took weeks to figure out who owned it.
"(In) the inner workings of a large political campaign there's lots of moving pieces, so actually tracking down through their bureaucracy who this actually was took a little while,” Bert Langley of the Georgia Environmental Protection Division said.
The bus was traced to Nashville, Tennessee-based Tour Bus Leasing LLC.
"It was obviously a purposeful decision to do this, and depending (on) all of the information we've gotten, it just came down to an inexperienced driver who made a bad choice,” Langley said.
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Robins also shot video of Gwinnett fire crews cleaning up the mess.
"A lot of diseases can come from that, and we don't want it in our water supply. We want it treated,” Robbins said.
EPD told Diamant that the bus dumped about 100 gallons of sewage, but doesn't expect any long term impact.
"You think these guys should know better?" Diamant asked.
"Yeah, you would think they would know better, they would know more of the laws, or at least know more of who they hired to drive their buses and stuff,” Robbins said.