Residents near Marley Creek in Anne Arundel County are being warned to stay away from the creek after a large sewage spill sends tens of thousands of gallons of sewage into the water.
Garrett County officials say about 36,000 gallons of sewage spilled into a creek that flows into Deep Creek Lake.
Tens of millions of gallons. That’s how much raw sewage has flowed into the Patapsco River this week.
Frederick City officials say water quality has improved in Carroll Creek and the Monocacy River after 3.5 million gallons of raw sewage spilled from a waste water treatment plant last week.
Frederick City officials say 3.5 million gallons of raw sewage spilled into Carroll Creek after a wastewater treatment plant lost power for about nine hours.
Frederick County officials say roads have reopened following a raw sewage spill at the city’s waste water treatment plant.
A sewage spill has closed part of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal in Washington County.
More sewage has spilled into the Patapsco River, which saw 100 million gallons of raw sewage spill after Hurricane Irene.
More than 10 thousand gallons of raw sewage have poured into Herring Run and workers are still trying to stop the spill.