The county ignored this sewage leak for a year. We didn't.
Sewage leak video courtesy of P. Kushlan via Miami Waterkeeper. Youtube video produced by Miami Waterkeeper
Miami Watekeeper's news media coverage regarding sewage leak: Read our July 31, 2017 Press Release HERE
- continued coverage on NBC 6 South Florida
- multiple articles published on the front page in the Miami Herald
- WSVN 7 News
- CBS 4 Miami
- Telemundo 51
- El Nuevo Herald
- Cibercuba Noticias
- AmericaTeVe, Canal 41
- Radio Caracol
- Morning Magazine live on US 1 Radio with Bill Becker
Miami deserves a sewage-free bay that is ready for the challenges of the future.
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