Indian Creek polluted by runoff

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Stinking black water that killed fish in Indian Creek over the weekend has been linked to a new energy plant on Highway 198.

  • Residents along Indian Creek in northern Franklin County found stinking, black water in the creek Saturday and dead fish. It has been determined that the pollution came from runoff from fire suppressing efforts at the new energy plant on Highway 198.
    Residents along Indian Creek in northern Franklin County found stinking, black water in the creek Saturday and dead fish. It has been determined that the pollution came from runoff from fire suppressing efforts at the new energy plant on Highway 198.
  • Residents along Indian Creek in northern Franklin County found stinking, black water in the creek Saturday and dead fish. It has been determined that the pollution came from runoff from fire suppressing efforts at the new energy plant on Highway 198.
    Residents along Indian Creek in northern Franklin County found stinking, black water in the creek Saturday and dead fish. It has been determined that the pollution came from runoff from fire suppressing efforts at the new energy plant on Highway 198.
  • Residents along Indian Creek sent in photos of water in the stream running black Saturday due to what was found to be runoff from efforts at the GRP energy plant on Highway 198 to keep fires down in the plant’s wood pile that is being kept for fuel.
    Residents along Indian Creek sent in photos of water in the stream running black Saturday due to what was found to be runoff from efforts at the GRP energy plant on Highway 198 to keep fires down in the plant’s wood pile that is being kept for fuel.
  • Residents along Indian Creek sent in photos of water in the stream running black Saturday due to what was found to be runoff from efforts at the GRP energy plant on Highway 198 to keep fires down in the plant’s wood pile that is being kept for fuel.
    Residents along Indian Creek sent in photos of water in the stream running black Saturday due to what was found to be runoff from efforts at the GRP energy plant on Highway 198 to keep fires down in the plant’s wood pile that is being kept for fuel.
CARNESVILLE – Stinking black water that killed fish in Indian Creek over the weekend has been linked to a new energy plant on Highway 198. Residents and county officials notified the Georgia…

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