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Massive Long Beach Sewage Spill Grows to 2.5 Million Gallons

July 19, 201614 min
Massive Long Beach Sewage Spill Grows to 2.5 Million Gallons. Who is going to PAY for all of this?!?

A pipeline burst in downtown Los Angeles Monday, releasing an estimated 2.45 million gallons of raw sewage into the Los Angeles River, which flowed into Long Beach Harbor late Monday and into Tuesday, prompting several beach closures along the coastline, according to Long Beach Health officials. Long Beach has about seven miles of public beaches, visited by some 50,000 people during the summer months.

Here are the beaches that are closed:

•5th Place Beach

•10th Place Beach

•Moline Ave. Beach

•Coronado Ave. Beach

•Westside of Belmont Pier

•Prospect Ave. Beach

•Granada Ave. Beach

•55th Place Beach

•72nd Place Beach

Here are the beaches that remain open:

•56th Place on Bayside

•Alamitos Bay shore Float

•2nd St. Bridge & Bayshore

•Mothers’ Beach

•Colorado Lagoon-South

•Colorado Lagoon-North

Massive LA sewage spill may close Long Beach beaches into weekend
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