I had a contractor roll over a sewer cleanout with some heavy machinery. It looks like the contractor may have amnesia about the damage and reporting to his insurance, so I may be out of luck and need to repair this by myself. The broken piece is at the Y coupling (shown in red):
So the cleanout piece has completely shattered and can be removed easily. Digging the dirt away down to the y connector, the Y has cracked open and I can see into the sewage pipe (gross). From what I can tell, the pipes going in both directions away from the connector are very "snug" and immovable in the ground (at least, not with the equipment I have), so bending them enough to put on a new piece is probably not an option. I think I need an in-place way to replace this that doesn't require moving the existing pipes (a slide repair coupler?). Obviously I need to avoid step-ups or step-downs in flow so waste doesn't get trapped and collect.
Looking for suggestions.