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Sewage spill closes section of Seal Beach to water sports

October 2, 2012 |  7:50 pm

A section of Seal Beach near the San Gabriel River was closed Tuesday to swimming, surfing and diving because of a sewage spill, Orange County health officials reported.

The closed area extends 500 feet south from the San Gabriel River.

The area will remain off-limits to water sports until further testing shows that bacterial levels have returned to acceptable standards, according to the health agency.


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