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Incident Name Incident Report Report Date/Time Facility Name Facility Address Affected Counties Reporter Name Reporter Title Reporter E-mail Reporter Phone Reporter Role Contact Name Contact Phone Contact E-mail Latitude Longitude Release Start Date/Time On-going Release Release End Date/Time Migrated Off-Site (Y/N) Migrated Counties Map Display
City of Chiefland On July 4th, 2,000 gallons SSO from lift station on corner of NW 11 Dr. and NW 21st Ave. Call came in at approx. 4:30pm. We arrived approx. 15 minutes later. Due to power conflict, we assume due to local lightening, both pumps were tripped. Reset pumps and they began pumping but were behind in the flow so we retrieved our 4" diesel by-pass pump and put it online to expedite the flow of wastewater. Just after getting by-pass pump online a terrible storm arrived so we had to retreat to our vehicles and wait while pumping continued. Approx. an hour and half later, the storm passed and once the by-pass pump caught up with the flow, we pulled both pumps (precaution) for a visual inspection and found no obstructions in either pump. They were put back in service. Hydrated lime was placed on affected area. No other issues arose for the remainder of the holiday weekend. Added personnel checks on this station were done over for the remainder of the holiday weekend as well. 07/12/2019 10:24 EDT Lift Station NW 11 Dr. and NW 21st Ave.; Directions: North on US 19, turn right onto NW 21st Ave. (Taco Bell), station is one block East. On corner.; Chiefland FL; 32626 Levy Randy Wilkerson Wastewater Supt. randy@chieflandfla.com (352) 493-6767 Operator Of the Facility Randy Wilkerson (352) 535-5025 randy@chieflandfla.com 29.499285 -82.868612 07/04/2019 16:30 EDT No 07/04/2019 20:00 EDT Incident Location
Pilot Travekl Center #293 Unknown individual / individuals have dumped diesel fuel onto the shoulder in the rear of this truck stop. 07/12/2019 10:05 EDT Pilot Travel Center # 293 2020 Sw Highway 484; Ocala Florida 34473; Directions: West on SR 484 off of I75. Turn left on SW 20th Avenue Road to "REAR EXIT" of Pilot Travel Center # 293. Site is on the left hand side of road.; Ocala FL; 34473 Marion Thomas Hudgins Mr. wellnow1101@yahoo.com (352) 355-9326 Nearby resident Thomas Hudgins (352) 355-9326 wellnow1101@yahoo.com 29.022654 -82.15765 07/12/2019 09:55 EDT Yes Incident Location
Community Blvd. We had a spill of untreated domestic waste water at the corner of Community Blvd and Stockton Place. It spilled around 4 to 5 thousand gallons. There were no waterways effected and all of the standing water was picked up with our pump truck and the area was limed. 07/12/2019 09:37 EDT City of Port St. Lucie Utilities Community Blvd; Stockton Place; Directions: the incident occurred on the corner of Community Blvd and Stockton Place.; PORT SAINT LUCIE FL; 34953 St. Lucie Michael Jolly Superintendent of Lift Stations and I&I mjolly@cityofpsl.com (772) 528-2099 Operator Of the Facility Michael Jolly (772) 528-2099 mjolly@cityofpsl.com 27.260969 -80.437978 07/11/2019 20:30 EDT No 07/11/2019 21:00 EDT Incident Location
state waring point # 2019-3815 a external contractor directional drilling @ 245 Larboard way on Island estates hit a 6 inch P.V.C reclaimed water main. the contractor hit the reclaimed water main around 2:45 pm today ,, our utility locators came to the site and shut down the section of reclaimed water main at 3:06 pm today. at a assumed 3ft per second it is estimated around 5,552 gallons of reclaimed water spilled sample are being collected today. a portion of reclaimed water reached the bay. the reclaimed water main has been shut down until tomorrow when repairs are expected to completed 07/11/2019 17:22 EDT Marshall Street WRF 1605 Harbor Drive; clearwater FL Pinellas Michael Vacca Public Utilities, Water / Reclaimed water Distribution supervisor mike.vacca@myclearwater.com (727) 562-4960 Operator Of the Facility Michael Vacca (727) 562-4960 mike.vacca@myclearwater.com 27.977982 -82.818018 07/11/2019 14:45 EDT No 07/11/2019 15:05 EDT Incident Location
Aloha Gardens LS #12 A wastewater spill was found occurring at LS #12 (2341 Chatlin Road, Holiday) @ 3:30 pm this afternoon; this station is part of the Aloha Gardens Collection system. The spill is believed to be attributed to the elevated collection system and increased flows being delivered to the station due to increased rainfall received in the local area over the past few days. The lift station pumps within the station discharge to the Pasco County Utilities force main and are unable to consistently keep up with the flows being received. The spill is currently ongoing (intermittently). The entire spill has been contained within the onsite disposal pond (old effluent disposal pond). Technicians are work with station pumps in an effort to move a greater volume of water at an increased pressure. Determining an estimate to the volume of the spill is difficult at this time due to the fact that the discharge is not continuous. The discharge is contingent to the head pressure of the force main and is dictated by other lift stations contributing to the force main. Once the operating level of the station drops and the discharge ceases, an estimated volume of loss will be provided. All contents of the discharge have remained onsite. No water ways are affected. (SWP 2019-3793) UPDATE - 07/12/2019. The discharge ceased at 1430 on 07/11/2019. The total estimated volume of discharge is 2300 gallons. The entire contents of the discharge remained on the grounds adjacent to the station or old treatment plant perc ponds, no water ways affected. 07/10/2019 22:00 EDT Aloha Gardens Collection System 2341 Chatlin Road ; Holiday FL Pasco Melisa Rotteveel US Water Services mrotteveel@uswatercorp.net (866) 753-8292 Operator Of the Facility Melisa Rotteveel (866) 753-8292 mrotteveel@uswatercorp.net 28.193 -82.761 07/10/2019 15:30 EDT No 07/11/2019 14:30 EDT N Incident Location
3677 Newcastle Creek Dr Blockage caused manhole to overflow onto roadway and into a stormwater catch basin connected to Newcastle Creek. An estimated 500 gallons was released. Blockage removed. Washed down and disinfected area. Recovered wash water. Recovered water from Newcastle Creek. 07/10/2019 14:48 EDT 3677 Newcastle Creek Dr ; Jacksonville FL; 32218 Duval Jason Hermening Environmental Scientist Sr hermjs@jea.com (904) 376-5164 JEA Environmental Jason Hermening (904) 376-5164 hermjs@jea.com 30.365701 -81.579711 07/09/2019 22:20 EDT No 07/09/2019 23:00 EDT Incident Location
Winter Garden Sanitary Sewer overflow approximate volume of overflow 4000 gals, approximate volume that entered surface water 3000 gals. address of overflow 440 E. Smith St. start date 7-7-19 at 11am end time 7-7-19 at 12pm affected body of water was near by storm drains that flow into lake Apopka 07/10/2019 14:29 EDT City of Winter Garden 101 E CREST AVE ; Winter Garden FL; 34787 Orange Jacob Holton Crew Leader Jholton@cwgdn.com (407) 427-5605 Crew leader for the collections system Jacob Holton (407) 427-5605 Jholton@cwgdn.com 28.563 -81.575 07/07/2019 11:00 EDT No 07/07/2019 12:00 EDT N Incident Location
Siesta Key Spill 070919 The Lockwood Ridge booster station, designed to relieve the high force main pressure from the Siesta Key Master Lift Station, failed resulting in the master station spilling approximately 36,000 gallons into the Grand Canal. Approximately 14,700 gallons recovered. Manually opened a valve on the Lockwood Ridge metering station diverting some of the flow north resulting in lower force main pressures and increased flow from the Siesta Key master station stopping the spill. Samples were taken; lime was distributed in the immediate vicinity. Event end time was 17:30 on 7/9/2019. 07/10/2019 10:18 EDT Central County WRF Service Area  FL Sarasota Bud Parker Supervisor lfparker@scgov.net (941) 861-6790 Operator Of the Facility Patricia Nihart (941) 861-6790 pnihart@scgov.net 27.275989 -82.551109 07/09/2019 15:30 EDT No 07/09/2019 17:30 EDT Incident Location
3348 LAKEVIEW OAKS DRIVE 12" RECLAIM WATER MAIN FAILURE AT FUSION COUPLING. RECLAIM MAIN PLACED OUT OF SERVICE, REMOVED DAMAGED SECTION OF PIPE, INSTALLED NEW SECTION OF 12" RECLAIM MAIN, LEAK TESTED, PLACED RECLAIM MAIN BACK INTO SERVICE. 07/10/2019 08:05 EDT 3348 LAKEVIEW OAKS DR 3348 LAKEVIEW OAKS DR, LONGWOOD FLORIDA, 32779; Directions: LAKE MARY BLVD TO ALAQUA LAKES SUBDIVISION. ALAQUA LAKES BLVD TO LAKEVIEW OAKS DR, TURN LEFT. LEAK IN EASEMENT ON RIGHT HAND SIDE OF THE ROAD APPROX 1MI FROM INTERSECTION; LONGWOOD FL; 32779 Seminole CHRISTOPHER GRAYBOSCH DISTRIBUTION SUPERVISOR CGRAYBOSCH@SEMINOLECOUNTYFL.GOV (407) 665-2742 Operator Of the Facility CHRISTOPHER GRAYBOSCH (407) 665-2742 CGRAYBOSCH@SEMINOLECOUNTYFL.GOV 28.752 -81.392 07/09/2019 10:00 EDT Yes Incident Location
Lauderdale Lakes 07092019 Wastewater spill caused by gravity being backed-up. Blockage was broken and all sewage was sucked up in vacuum truck. Chlorine was placed down for disinfection. Approximately 500 gallons was spilled and 500 gallons were recovered with vacuum truck. No waterways were impacted. 07/09/2019 18:12 EDT Water and Wastewater Services 4510 NW 36th Street; Directions: Latitude: 26.170052 Longitude: -80.210371; Lauderdale Lakes FL; 33319 Broward Mike Kelly Utility Superintendent mikelly@broward.org (954) 831-0812 First Responder Mike Kelly (954) 831-0812 mikelly@broward.org 26.171001 -80.210997 07/09/2019 13:00 EDT No 07/09/2019 14:30 EDT Incident Location