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Several beaches in Los Angeles closed due to sewage spill – Los Angeles News

The Los Angeles County’s Department of Public Health on Friday listed 5 beaches that have been pressured to be closed for “known sewage or chemical spill.”

“Water contact may cause someone to become ill. When a beach is closed, the Department of Public Health advises beach users to avoid all contact with ocean water in the closure area and where closure signs are posted.” the authority mentioned in a press release.

These beaches will stay closed till micro organism testing exhibits the water is at protected ranges, Xinhua news company reported.

Long Beach, a metropolis in Los Angeles with an unbiased healthcare administration, additionally introduced the closure of all beaches in town on Friday.

According to the Los Angeles Times, the spill of almost 2 million to 4 million gallons of waste was attributable to the failure of a 48-inch sewer predominant in Carson in Los Angeles County on Thursday. The channel runs into Los Angeles Harbor.

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