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Dead fish floating in a canal in Cocoa Beach./Archive Photo: Amy Green
Intersection

Intersection: Friday News Round Table


Thousands of pounds of dead fish have been hauled away from the Indian River Lagoon but the brown tide remains. A group of U.S. Women’s Soccer players, including the Orlando Pride’s Alex Morgan, have accused the U.S. Soccer Federation of wage discrimination.
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Photo by Ted Matthews
Intersection

Intersection: Friday News Round Table


Flint Michigan’s water crisis sparked a reckoning for not just Michigan but other parts of the country too. The space coast has water problems too but it’s not the drinking water, it’s what’s flowing into the Indian River Lagoon. Altamonte Springs teams up with Uber.
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Marci Smith (center), with her mother Nanci Target and daughter Dawson Smith, wonders how long the dead fish will linger. Photo by Amy Green
Environment

Brevard County Launches Clean-up After Thousands Of Dead Fish Foul Indian River Lagoon


In Brevard County leaders are launching a coordinated effort to collect thousands of dead fish fouling in the Indian River Lagoon. The smelly carcasses have been bobbing on the lagoon’s surface since the weekend. They’ll be collected by boat and taken to the county landfill where they’ll be buried. But residents are left having to live with the smelly mess.
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