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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
Lake Underhill Rd and S Chickasaw Trail, Force Mai Incident Description: Incident Description: The discharge was caused by a leak in a eighteen inch ductile iron force main. The leak resulted from corrosion. Field Services deployed tanker trucks to the upstream pump stations contributing flow to the force main to minimize the wastewater discharge from the main. Additionally tanker trucks were used to recover discharge from the failure location. Discharge that occurred before full tanker deployment flowed onto unpaved land and sidewalk along the north right-of-way of Lake Underhill Road. Some discharge pooled in this location, and tankers were used to recover ponded discharge, minimizing downstream movement. However some discharge did flow down grade and entered a nearby storm water inlet structure. The roadway storm water system in this area discharges into a wooded wetland area located approximately 320 feet west of the discharge point. This area is flat and inaccessible, and the discharge that reached this area spread thinly and was absorbed into the ground. Downstream inspection of the wooded wetland did not show any signs of wastewater flow or turbidity. The main has now been repaired and returned to normal operation. This main had previously been targeted for replacement. The design of the replacement main is complete and it will soon be under construction. The approximate gallons released and recovered are estimated to be as follows: a. Gallons released: Over 1000 gallons b. Gallons recovered: 20,000 c. Gallons discharged to surface water: 0 Response Actions: Tanker recovery operation, wash down and deodorizer applied. There is little or no potential risk to public health, safety or welfare. Wastewater Type: Unknown Cause: Break-in-Line Spill Volume: 1,000 Volume Recovered: 20,000 Waterbodies Impacted: Y Clean-up Status: Complete Clean-up Actions: Vacuumed/pump truck, Washed down area Agencies Notified: 10/01/2022 04:04 PM OCUD/Eastern Subregional WRF 1621 S Alafaya Trl; ; Directions: 1621 S Alafaya Trl ; Orlando FL; 32828 - 8702 Orange Eduardo C. Hernandez Engineer III eduardo.hernandez@ocfl.net (321) 239-3351 Engineer III for OCU Troy Layton (407) 254-9977 Troy.Layton@ocfl.net 28.515839 -81.289569 10/01/2022 05:52 AM No 10/01/2022 01:11 PM Y Orange Incident Location
PS3909 HUNTER VISTA BLVD, 9-29-2022 Incident Description: Due to Hurricane Ian, a commercial power outage occurred at Pump Station PS3909 HUNTER VISTA BLVD. Wastewater discharged from OCU manhole # 39090078. Manhole # 39090078 is located in a cul-de-sac northeast form the pump station site. The discharges flowed on pavement surface and might have entered the storm water system. Commercial power was restored and the discharge was ended. Recovery actions are in progress. The approximate gallons released and recovered are estimated to be as follows: ┐ Gallons released: 1,000 + ┐ Gallons recovered: In progress ┐ Gallons discharged to surface water: 0 There is little or no potential risk to public health, safety or welfare. Wastewater Type: Untreated Cause: Hurricane Spill Volume: 1,000 Volume Recovered: 0 Waterbodies Impacted: N Clean-up Status: In-progress Clean-up Actions: Vacuumed/pump truck, Washed down area Agencies Notified: 10/01/2022 03:34 PM OCUD/SOUTH WRF 4760 W Sand Lake Rd; ; Directions: 4760 W Sand Lake Rd ; Orlando FL; 32819 - 9538 Orange Laura Arce Monsalve Engineer II Laura.arcemonsalve@ocfl.net (407) 836-6812 Engineer II for OCU Troy Layton (407) 254-9977 Troy.Layton@ocfl.net 28.360476 -81.452089 09/29/2022 01:32 PM No 09/29/2022 11:35 PM N Incident Location
South Orange Ave, Gravity Main Blockage Incident Description: The discharge of untreated wastewater was caused by a gravity blockage in OCU line segment 31900006-31900011. This caused the gravity collection system to surcharge and discharge from OCU manholes: 31900014, 31900015, 31900017, 31900104 and 31900105. The discharging manholes flowed over paved surfaces and mixed with standing Hurricane Ian flood water from the adjacent Bearhead Lake and also entered nearby storm water inlet boxes. The blockage has been cleared and gravity collection system returned to normal operation at this time. The gravity Collection system will be CCTV inspected for any defects. The approximate gallons released and recovered are estimated to be as follows: a. Gallons released: Over 15,000 gallons b. Gallons recovered: TBD c. Gallons discharged to surface water: TBD Response Actions: Planned tanker recovery operation, wash down and deodorizer application. There is little or no potential risk to public health, safety or welfare. Wastewater Type: Untreated Cause: Hurricane Spill Volume: 15,000 Volume Recovered: 0 Waterbodies Impacted: Y Clean-up Status: Planned Clean-up Actions: Other Agencies Notified: 10/01/2022 03:19 PM OCUD/SOUTH WRF 4760 W Sand Lake Rd; ; Directions: 4760 W Sand Lake Rd ; Orlando FL; 32819 - 9538 Orange Eduardo C. Hernandez Engineer III eduardo.hernandez@ocfl.net (321) 239-3351 Engineer III for OCU Troy Layton (407) 254-9977 Troy.Layton@ocfl.net 28.452026 -81.36381 10/01/2022 08:00 AM No 10/01/2022 11:43 AM Y Orange Incident Location
PSF3012 HICKORY OAK COVE, 9-29-2022 Incident Description: Due to Hurricane Ian, a commercial power outage occurred at Pump Station F3012 Hickory Oak Cove. The pump station was inaccessible due to flooding from the 29th to the 30th in the evening. Power at all stations was being monitored via SCADA, and this station was operational on the 28th and 29th, however it lost commercial power on the 30th. Once the pump station site was accessible, a mobile generator was deployed to provide power. It is unknown the discharge locations and volume released. Recovery actions are in progress. The approximate gallons released and recovered are estimated to be as follows: ┐ Gallons released: 1,000 + ┐ Gallons recovered: In progress ┐ Gallons discharged to surface water: 0 There is little or no potential risk to public health, safety or welfare. Wastewater Type: Untreated Cause: Hurricane Spill Volume: 1,000 Volume Recovered: 0 Waterbodies Impacted: N Clean-up Status: In-progress Clean-up Actions: Vacuumed/pump truck, Washed down area Agencies Notified: 10/01/2022 02:34 PM OCUD/Eastern Subregional WRF 1621 S Alafaya Trl; ; Directions: 1621 S Alafaya Trl ; Orlando FL; 32828 - 8702 Orange Laura Arce Monsalve Engineer II Laura.arcemonsalve@ocfl.net (407) 836-6812 Engineer II for OCU Laura Arce Monsalve (407) 836-6812 Laura.arcemonsalve@ocfl.net 28.581066 -81.217755 09/29/2022 06:00 PM No 09/30/2022 05:00 PM N Incident Location
SSO - DS-190 An SSO occurred from a sewer lateral being obstructed. Estimate of 100 gallons overflowed from a cleanup, went into a storm drain and into the Intracoastal Waterway. None recovered. Lateral was cleared, and area was rinsed down and disinfected. Samples of the waterway have been collected. 10/01/2022 02:11 PM South Cross Bayou AWRF  FL Pinellas Kevin King Project Coordinator SSOresponse@pinellascounty.org (727) 582-2376 Water Quality Division Kevin King (727) 582-2376 ssoresponse@pinellascounty.org 27.879141 -82.849687 09/30/2022 09:30 PM No 10/01/2022 01:00 AM Incident Location
Chris Shelton There was a spill caused by high flow from hurricane Ian. Sewer crew checked the lines for debris. Sewer crew pumped down lift station to help relieve the high flow. 10/01/2022 01:21 PM Sears Ave NW ; Winter Haven FL; 33881 Polk Chris Shelton Pre treatment/Fog Specialist cshelton@mywinterhaven.com (863) 291-5864 I am the one that reports spills for the city. Chris Shelton (863) 291-5764 cshelton@mywinterhaven.com 28.043148 -81.732305 09/30/2022 01:00 PM No 09/30/2022 03:00 PM Incident Location
Murphy USA No. 6914 Maintenance was being conducted on the 7/8 pump dispenser by a Murphy tank contractor when a small gasoline spill filled the UDC (dispenser pan) and ran out onto the concrete next to the dispenser. The spill then flowed across the concrete to a nearby storm drain vault box. It didn┐t go into drain In the vault but did remain in the bottom of the vault box. The contractor was able to stop the flow of gasoline and they pumped the gasoline out of the bottom of the UDC. The emergency reponse company (ACT) arrived and cleaned the spill on the concrete with absorbent material and removed a small amount of free floating product in the storm water vault boz with absorbent pads. They checked down gradient in other storm drains and confirmed no impact to the drains, just the initial vault. Spill was cleaned fully and waste (absorbent materials and pads) was put in a 55 gallon drum for disposal. Estimated 20 to 25 gallons spilled. 10/01/2022 01:20 PM Murphy USA No 6914 FDEP Faclity ID 59/9805720 4279 Alafaya Trail (SR 434); Directions: The Murphy gasoline statiion is is locoated at the souteast corner of the Walmart plaza on the west d-side of State Roar 434 (Alafaya Trail), juts north of MCcullough Road; Oviedo FL; 32765 Seminole MIchael McDonald District Chief txruralfire1@gmail.com (512) 712-0607 Murphy Oil USA Nat Energency Response Constractor Roy Therrien, PPM Consult, Murphys Env Consultant (352) 227-8098 roy.therrien@ppmco.com 28.612851 -81.208176 09/30/2022 03:35 PM No 09/30/2022 06:05 PM Incident Location
Chris Shelton High flow from Hurricane Ian caused sewer to over flow from manholes. Sewer crew manually pumped down lift station to relieve the high flow. Spill soaked into the ground. Most of the water was rain water. 10/01/2022 01:13 PM Cooley Rd and Normandy Heights Dr ; Winter Haven FL; 33880 Polk Chris Shelton Pre treatment/Fog Specialist cshelton@mywinterhaven.com (863) 291-5764 I am the person that reports spills for the city Chris Shelton (863) 291-5764 cshelton@mywinterhaven.com 28.000234 -81.751466 09/30/2022 02:00 PM No 09/30/2022 03:15 PM Incident Location
PS3990 Arning Dr, 9-29-2022 Incident Description: Due to Hurricane Ian, a commercial power outage occurred at Pump Station 3990 Arning Dr. Wastewater discharged from OCU manhole # 3990040. Manhole #3990040is located west form the pump station site. The discharges flowed on pavement surface and sidewalk and did not impact any storm water system or water surface. Field Services staff responded and brought a mobile generator to the station to provide power, which ended the discharge. Recovery actions are in progress. The approximate gallons released and recovered are estimated to be as follows: ┐ Gallons released: 1,000 + ┐ Gallons recovered: In progress ┐ Gallons discharged to surface water: 0 There is little or no potential risk to public health, safety or welfare. Wastewater Type: Untreated Cause: Hurricane Spill Volume: 1,000 Volume Recovered: 0 Waterbodies Impacted: N Clean-up Status: In-progress Clean-up Actions: Vacuumed/pump truck, Washed down area Agencies Notified: 10/01/2022 01:06 PM OCUD/Eastern Subregional WRF 1621 S Alafaya Trl; ; Directions: 1621 S Alafaya Trl ; Orlando FL; 32828 - 8702 Orange Laura Arce Monsalve Engineer II Laura.arcemonsalve@ocfl.net (407) 836-6812 Engineer II for OCU Troy Layton (407) 254-9977 Troy.Layton@ocfl.net 28.554977 -81.241253 09/29/2022 04:38 PM No 09/29/2022 06:00 PM N Incident Location
Perc Pond Overflow Incident Description: Due to high flows from the facility and high rainfall from Hurricane Ian, the Percolation Ponds (R002) are experiencing high water levels. Excess water is slowly draining. Wastewater Type: Treated Cause: Hurricane Spill Volume: 138,000 Volume Recovered: 0 Waterbodies Impacted: N Clean-up Status: None Started Clean-up Actions: Other Agencies Notified: 10/01/2022 12:41 PM Casselberry WRF 700 Cross Street; Directions: 700 Cross Street ; Casselberry FL; 32707 Seminole Dawn Swailes Water Reclamation Superintendent dswailes@casselberry.org (407) 288-2841 Operator of the Facility/Installation Dawn Swailes (407) 288-2841 dswailes@casselberry.org 28.69168 -81.314033 09/30/2022 01:30 AM Yes N Incident Location