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Mystery as 150 beachgoers fall ill in Essex

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mdbuilder

If I had to guess, I'd say it was the water...

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Nnicolette

There has been alotta contaminated water this year. There are several places I used to swim but couldnt because people are getting really sick and also flesh eating bacteria. I think its the warm water propegating bacteria.

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Scholar4Truth

Tainted water is my guess.

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Gary Meadows

We've had a problem in my area with dangerous algae in the river. After a few dog deaths they've warned against going near it. I think mother nature is angry with us...

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Manwon Lender
9 hours ago, Gary Meadows said:

We've had a problem in my area with dangerous algae in the river. After a few dog deaths they've warned against going near it. I think mother nature is angry with us...

I also think it could be an Algae Bloom, it most cases it just makes shellfish poisonous. But I guess it could also affect people swimming in water contaminated by it.

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skookum

Same thing happened in Worthing a few weeks ago.

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Twisted_Caulk

Maybe there are more and more whales filling it with peepee cause global whaling has been in decline for decades.

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MissJatti

I heard there was a spillage near by. And only 150 people. Frinton beach is quite popular here.

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