This courtesy photo shows the immediate outflow from the pump at 10th Street after it was turned back on Monday morning. Someone with the city had accidentally turned the pump off. The rush of backed-up storm water carrying sediment was then released into Biscayne Bay.
This courtesy photo shows the immediate outflow from the pump at 10th Street after it was turned back on Monday morning. Someone with the city had accidentally turned the pump off. The rush of backed-up storm water carrying sediment was then released into Biscayne Bay. Alex Baña
This courtesy photo shows the immediate outflow from the pump at 10th Street after it was turned back on Monday morning. Someone with the city had accidentally turned the pump off. The rush of backed-up storm water carrying sediment was then released into Biscayne Bay. Alex Baña

Storm water pump in South Beach accidentally turned off, resulting in black water

December 08, 2014 07:26 PM

UPDATED December 08, 2014 09:11 PM

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