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Cyanide Spill Shuts Down Beach At Indiana Dunes

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Cyanide Spill Shuts Down Beach At Indiana Dunes

Cyanide Spill Shuts Down Beach At Indiana Dunes

The Portage Lakefront and Riverwalk beach area was closed after a cyanide spill killed hundreds of fish.

CBS 2's Tim McNicholas reports.

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