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Sunday, July 20, 2008

Mystery Over How River Became the Big Muddy St. Johns River Sediment Can Damage Underwater Plants and Kill Small Sea Life.

Published 18 July 2008
The dark water of the St. Johns River turned a creamy coffee color Thursday afternoon as rainstorms poured thick sediment into the waterway in downtown Jacksonville.

Turbid water streamed through McCoys Creek and created a plume of muddy water starting south of the creek and reaching toward the Main Street bridge. The spill's source wasn't certain Thursday.

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