An estimated 1,500 to 2,000 gallons of whey spilled into
Alum Creek, Ohio, USA killed 40,000 to 50,000 fish and other aquatic animals,
according to a wildlife investigator.
whey, a dairy products, dissolved oxygen in the water which killed fish and at least 3,000
crawfish, according to investigators. Most of the 50,000 animals were minnows.
Other species of fish that were killed include catfish, blue gill, bass and
Investigators are not finding any more dead fish and it is
believed the waterway will recover. To
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