A sewer spill at 840 NW 155th Ln. sent waste into the Biscayne Canal, which then flowed into the Intracoastal. The Florida Department of Health issued an advisory to stay out of the water.
A sewer spill at 840 NW 155th Ln. sent waste into the Biscayne Canal, which then flowed into the Intracoastal. The Florida Department of Health issued an advisory to stay out of the water. Miami-Dade Water and Sewer
A sewer spill at 840 NW 155th Ln. sent waste into the Biscayne Canal, which then flowed into the Intracoastal. The Florida Department of Health issued an advisory to stay out of the water. Miami-Dade Water and Sewer

No swimming advisory issued for Biscayne Bay, Intracoastal after sewer spill

June 20, 2017 09:42 PM

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