Sewage spill at Withlacoochee

Apr 25th, 2013 | By | Category: 2013-04-25, News, Spotlight, Spring 2013, Top Headlines

Wednesday, several gallons of raw sewage spilled into the Withlacoochee River, according to a report made by WCTV.

The sewage spill is under the Highway 133 bridge.

People south of the bridge are warned to avoid contact with the river.

“The city tells us the leak started around 10:30 Wednesday morning,” the report said. “It’s estimated that 900 gallons of sewage are spilling out per minute.”

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One Comment to “Sewage spill at Withlacoochee”

  1. Greg Brown says:

    Several gallons? Is that less than ten?

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