SEWAGE PROMPTS WARNING TO AVOID WATER CONTACT IN AND AROUND LACAMAS LAKE

Vancouver, WA – (RealEstateRama) — Clark County Public Health is advising that people and pets should avoid water contact in and around Lacamas Lake. A spill occurred near 4700 NW Pacific Rim Blvd. in Camas and the leak was repaired early this afternoon.

People and their pets should avoid water contact from the area of the spill and the path of the water downstream. This includes Dwyer Creek, Lacamas Creek, and Lacamas Lake. Public Health staff have posted warning signs in affected areas.

The Washington State Department of Ecology (DOE) is coordinating the response to the spill. Public Health will issue an update when the water no longer poses a threat to the health of people and pets.

CONTACT
Chuck Harman
Clark County Public Health
Cell: (360) 831-5876
chuck.harman (at) clark.wa (dot) gov

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