Key Biscayne

Department of Health lifts swimming advisory for Crandon North beach

The water’s fine again at Crandon North Beach, according to the Florida Department of Health-Miami-Dade.
The water’s fine again at Crandon North Beach, according to the Florida Department of Health-Miami-Dade.

Two days of clean enough microbial water quality testing allowed the Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade to lift the swimming advisory issued Friday for Key Biscayne’s Crandon North beach.

This swimming advisory was unrelated to the one issued Monday for beaches in Northeast Miami-Dade after 720,000 gallons of wastewater burped into waters around Sunny Isles and North Miami Beach.

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A pump station malfunction led to a massive release of wastewater in Northeast Miami-Dade. The county issued an advisory on Feb. 4, 2019 that recommends no swimming, fishing or boating in the area.

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