PASADENA, Md. (WJZ) – Parts of Stoney Creek in Pasadena have been closed Sunday to swimming, kayaking, paddle boarding and other direct water contact following a 6,500 gallon wastewater spill, the Anne Arundel County Health Department said.
The affected areas are Elizabeth’s Landing, Lombardee Beach and Sunset Beach after a force main break on Nabbs Creek Road in Glen Burnie caused the spill, according to a department statement.READ MORE: Donte Lamont Dingle Sentenced To 30 Years For Liquor Store Robberies In Baltimore Area, Anne Arundel County
The department will collect water samples and lift the advisory when test results show the bacterial levels are acceptable for direct water contact.
The department also has posted signs announcing the closure and advises those who have come in contact with the affected to wash with soap and water immediately. Clothing also should be washed.READ MORE: Harford County's Robert Reeder Pleads Guilty In U.S. Capitol Riot Attack
For more information, visit the department’s web page.
#Water Advisory Against Swimming at Elizabeth Landing, Lombardee Beach & Sunset Beach on #StoneyCreek in #AnneArundel County due to a wastewater spill. More info: https://t.co/UHNJGhHs6T pic.twitter.com/MsebUXneK5
— Anne Arundel Health (@AAHealth) May 23, 2021MORE NEWS: Baltimore Officials Ask Biden For More Federal Resources On The Ground To Combat Violent Crime