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Bde Maka Ska's 32nd Street Beach Closes Due To E. Coli Levels

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) -- Bde Maka Ska's 32nd Street Beach closed Tuesday after officials found elevated E. coli bacteria levels during routine testing.

The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board said the beach will reopen once E. coli levels fall within state guidelines.

No illnesses have been reported.

This is the second time this summer the 32nd Street Beach has been closed due to E. coli levels.


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