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Neuse Fish Kill Points Up Hidden Pollution Potential

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The release of more than a million gallons of dairy waste which killed most of the fish and aquatic life in a section of the Neuse River in November points up a significant potential for pollution. This was the worst fish kill ever attributed to an animal waste spill in the state. The cities of Goldsboro and Smithfield were advised not to draw drinking water from the Neuse for several days.