NBC Los Angeles reports health warnings issued for several LA County beaches

Sewage Spill Leads to Health Warnings at Los Angeles County Beaches, Urging Caution for Beachgoers and Swimmers

Health warnings are still in effect at some locations along the Los Angeles County coast as the waters recover from a recent sewage spill. The warnings were issued because bacterial levels exceeded health standards at these locations. As of Monday morning, warnings were still in effect at Escondido Creek at Escondido State Beach, Malibu Lagoon at Surfrider Beach, Santa Monica Canyon Creek at Will Rogers State Beach, Santa Monica Pier, Pico-Kenter storm drain at Santa Monica Beach, Mothers Beach in Marina Del Rey, Redondo Beach Pier, and Inner Cabrillo Beach in San Pedro.

At these locations, people are advised to avoid the water until further notice. However, it was reported that warnings have been lifted at Ballona Creek at Dockweiler State Beach and Venice Beach. It is important to pay attention to health warnings and instructions from authorities to ensure the safety of beachgoers and swimmers.

The recent sewage spill has caused concern among locals and tourists alike as they wonder when it will be safe to return to the water. Authorities are working tirelessly to monitor the water quality and lift warning signs when necessary. In the meantime, beachgoers should exercise caution and follow all safety guidelines provided by authorities.

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