A beach on Lake Wildwood in Nevada County has been closed following the discovery of elevated E. coli levels that have reportedly sickened at least four people.
A beach on Lake Wildwood in Nevada County has been closed following the discovery of elevated E. coli levels that have reportedly sickened at least four people. Ed Andersen The Sacramento Bee file
A beach on Lake Wildwood in Nevada County has been closed following the discovery of elevated E. coli levels that have reportedly sickened at least four people. Ed Andersen The Sacramento Bee file

Lake beach linked to E. coli kept shut as two children develop life-threatening condition

July 31, 2017 02:15 PM

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