Officials find no water pollution from Cudahy fire

Jul 9, 2009 Full story: Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal

State environmental officials were not able to determine how much of the 18 million gallons of water poured on the Patrick Cudahy blaze drained to storm sewers and then to local waterways or drained to municipal sanitary sewers, said Jim Fratrick, regional watershed coordinator with the state Department of Natural Resources in Milwaukee.

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