900 Gallons Of Sewage Spills Into Dana Point HarborA 900-gallon sewage spill has prompted the closure of a section of Dana Point Harbor, Orange County health officials said Monday.
Large Sewage Spill Prompts Warnings Along Oxnard Coastline A power outage at an Oxnard water treatment plant that sent thousands of gallons of sewage spilling into the ocean has prompted health advisories at two beaches in the area.
Alamitos Bay's Beaches Closed After 7,500-Gallon Sewage SpillAll beaches in Alamitos Bay were ordered shut down after 7,500 gallons of sewage spilled into the bay’s waters.
Sewage Spill Closes Stretch Of Ocean Off Huntington State BeachThe 1,800 gallon spill was caused by the failure of a sewage lift station.
Sewage Spill Shuts Down Portion Of Laguna BeachA grease backup in a main pipe led to about 5,000 gallons of sewage flooding into the ocean.
No Swimming, Surfing Off Long Beach After Multiple Sewage SpillsThe Long Beach area received 3.91 inches of rain Sunday and Monday.
Long Beach Coast Could Stay Closed Through Saturday After Sewage SpillLong Beach’s coasts could be closed until at least Saturday after a 2.4 million-gallon sewage spill near downtown Los Angeles, even after Seal Beach reopened its coastline to swimmers and surfers Thursday.
Seal Beach Coastline Reopened, But Beaches In Long Beach Remain Closed After Sewage SpillA stretch of coastline in Seal Beach was reopened Thursday to swimmers and surfers following a roughly three-day closure due to a sewage spill near downtown Los Angeles, but all coastal beaches in Long Beach remained closed.
Long Beach Water Sample Tests Clean After Sewage Spill, Official Says; 2nd Test Needed Before Reopening BeachesA Long Beach official said Wednesday morning the first test of the city's ocean water following a sewage spill has come back clean.
Massive Sewage Spill That Prompted Beach Closures From Long Beach To Seal Beach ContainedA ruptured pipe sent 2.4 million gallons of sewage into the ocean.
Beaches In Long Beach Closed After Sewage Spill Into LA RiverAt least 108,000 gallons of waste spilled into the L.A. River
5,000-Gallon Sewage Spill Shuts Down A Mile Of San Clemente BeachesA mile-long stretch of water in San Clemente was closed to swimming, surfing and diving Monday because of a sewage spill, Orange County Health Care Agency officials said.

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