5 South LA county beaches were closed due to a sewage spill.
2 to 4 million gallons of sewage were discharged into Dominguez Channel.
Beaches along the south Los Angeles County coast were closed Friday due to a spill of untreated sewage, authorities said.
A sewer main line failed Thursday afternoon in the city of Carson and 2 million gallons to 4 million gallons (7.5-15 million liters) of sewage was discharged into the Dominguez Channel, a waterway that empties into Los Angeles Harbor, the city of Long Beach said in a statement.
The Long Beach health officer, Dr. Anissa Davis, ordered a temporary closure of all swimming areas of the city’s approximately 7 miles (11.3 kilometers) of beaches.
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