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.
Bayside Drive Beach Closed After 50-Gallon Sewage Spill From Coast Guard ShipSwimmers were warned to stay out of the water at Bayside Drive Beach along Newport Bay after a small sewage spill from a U.S. Coast Guard vessel.
Sewage Spill Prompts Partial Closure Of Huntington HarborPart of Huntington Harbor was closed to the public Thursday due to a sewage spill.
250-Gallon Sewage Spill Closes Cameo Shores Beach In O.C.Orange County health officials are warning people to stay away from a section of Newport Beach's coastline after 250 gallons of sewage spilled into its waters.
Stretch Of Malibu Beach Closed Following Sewage SpillA 100-yard stretch of the beach in Malibu has been closed after a sewage spill.
Alamitos Bay Beaches Reopen Following Sewage Spill Beaches along Alamitos Bay in the city of Long Beach reopened Saturday morning following last week's sewage spill.
'Mother's Beach' Closed Due To Sewage SpillA sewage spill in the Cerritos Channel has closed a popular beach in Long Beach.
Sewage Spill Prompts Closure Of Beach Around Ballona CreekAbout 5,000 gallons of sewage may have have spilled into Centinela Creek, which discharges into Ballona Creek near Dockweiler State Beach, prompting the Department of Public Health to close the beach around the area.
Beaches In Long Beach Closed Due To Sewage Release, BacteriaBeaches in Long Beach have been closed due to a sewage release into the Los Angeles River.
Surf Along Alisa Beach Off Limits Due To Sewage SpillThe surf along Aliso Beach is off limits Saturday due to a sewage spill that ran into the ocean via Aliso Creek.
Sewage Spills Shut Down Orange County BeachesFour miles of Orange County beaches remain closed Monday, and officials expect 12 miles of coastline will remain off limits to surfers and swimmers for the next few days.
Stretch Of Marina Del Rey's Beach Closed For Sewage SpillAuthorities say a two-mile stretch of beach near Marina del Rey will likely remain closed at least until Saturday because of a sewage spill that released about 500,000 gallons of raw sewage into a storm drain.

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