WICHITA, Kan. -

Wichita city crews have been keeping an eye on storm drains after record-breaking rains in the past week.

Sewer line technicians used remote-control cameras, powered by an X-box remote, to view the water lines from the inside. They are looking for debris that could be blocking the flow of water from city streets into the river.

Eldon Headrick, sewer line technician, said the storm drains can get overtaxed if too much rain falls at once.

"The system can only hold so much water at once," Headrick said. "We're making sure that it can take as much water as it can."

Crews say they check a different area of town every day, to make sure the sewers are working properly.