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Scientists Studying Long-Term Effects of Sewage Overflows

  • Aired: 05/08/2013
  • 04:43
  • Rating: NR
Dr. Alyson Kenward of Climate Central says research has shown about 11 billion gallons of sewage overflows were recorded during and after Hurricane Sandy. The long-term effects are still being determined.
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Dr. Alyson Kenward says 11 billion gallons of sewage overflows were recorded from Sandy.
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