REPORT: Two South Florida beaches have too much poop in the water, health department says

BY TEAM DML / JANUARY 9, 2019 /

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After several months of being poop-free, it’s a new year at South Florida beaches and so more, well, you know.

The beaches of Crandon Park South and North Shore are once again under a swimming advisory after failing to meet water quality standards, the health department announced Wednesday.

The article goes on to state the following:

“The prevalence of enteric bacteria is an indicator of fecal pollution, which may come from storm water runoff, wildlife, pets and human sewage,” the health department said. The advisory will be lifted when water samples come back clean.

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