Sewage Spill in the Hudson River After Heavy Rains

SILVERTON, CO - AUGUST 11: Cement Creek, which was flooded with millions of gallons of mining wastewater, meets with the Animas River on August 11, 2015 in Silverton, Colorado. The Environmental Protection Agency accidentally released approximately three million gallons of wastewater into the creek from the Gold King mine, polluting the larger Animas River downstream. (Photo by Theo Stroomer/Getty Images)


There is another report of a sewage spill into the Hudson River. 

Roughly 10 million gallons of sewage made its way to the river after Monday's heavy rains. 

Meanwhile, DEC now says the city of Albany will not be fined for notifying the public about an overflow within two hours, as required by state law.

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