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State Investigating Treatment of Dumont Lake after Animal Deaths
State officials say they’re investigating the chemical treatment of an Allegan County lake after the reported deaths of a dog and wildlife.

The state-issued permit allowed the contractor to use copper sulfate, flumioxazin and diquat dibromide along the shore of seven properties to control aquatic plants and algae on Dumont Lake, located about five miles north of Allegan.

The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy says it was alerted to several cases of sick dogs in the area of Dumont Lake Campground, including a dog that died.

EGLE said it also received reports of two dead turtles, a dead raccoon and approximately 20 dead birds at the lake. An Allegan County Health Department employee told WOOD TV-8 the department had no reported human illnesses tied to Dumont Lake.




 
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