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The Baldwin County Health Department notified residents that a sewage spill occurred in the Daphne area.

According to a report received, officials say heavy rainfall caused an overflow at 29280 Main Street resulting in estimated 125,000 gallons to be spilled into D'Olive Creek.

The health department urges residents to exercise caution using this water body for recreational purposes. Also, thoroughly cook any fish or seafood caught near by and wash hands after handling fish or seafood.

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