BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Jones Falls turned a bright, neon-looking green Friday afternoon during what appeared to be a test that used a harmless dye to trace a leaky pipe.
Baltimore Public Works spokesman Kurt Kocher said it was a harmless test dye. They said it is not coming from their normal environmental workers and that it could be a private company behind the tests.
They said the dye was being used as a test to see if there was a water main break. They later confirmed there was no main break, and the dye was harmless.
This story is developing.