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Sewage leaks reported at Inarajan, Piti bays

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - The Guam Environmental Protection Agency has issued advisories for Inarajan Bay and Piti Bay.

Residents are advised to not go in the water until further notice as sewage leaks have been identified in both areas.

Guam EPA is currently consulting with the Department of Public Health to determine if either bay needs to be closed as raw sewage poses not only environmental risks, but public health risks.

For more information, visit the Guam EPA website, Facebook, or Twitter accounts.

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