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E.coli levels monitored after sewage spilled into Oak Creek

Signs posted this week, such as this one, seen at Chavez Crossing on Thursday, and at other low-level water crossings on Oak Creek in south Sedona, warns residents and visitors to stay out of the water. A sewage spill from a State Route 179 sewer installation project allowed as much as 20,000 gallons of raw sewage to get into Oak Creek on Tuesday evening. Tests are ongoing to determine the next course of action. VVN/Vyto Starinskas

Signs posted this week, such as this one, seen at Chavez Crossing on Thursday, and at other low-level water crossings on Oak Creek in south Sedona, warns residents and visitors to stay out of the water. A sewage spill from a State Route 179 sewer installation project allowed as much as 20,000 gallons of raw sewage to get into Oak Creek on Tuesday evening. Tests are ongoing to determine the next course of action. VVN/Vyto Starinskas

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