No use in cry­ing: Spilled milk turns In­di­ana creek white

Arab News - - COFFEE BREAK - — Com­piled from agen­cies

TIPTON: Au­thor­i­ties say an ac­ci­den­tal milk spill at a food pro­cess­ing business ended up turn­ing a cen­tral In­di­ana creek white. The Kokomo Tri­bune re­ports the change in the hue of Cicero Creek in Tipton was noticed on Tues­day and in­ves­ti­ga­tors de­ter­mined that no more than 300 gal­lons (1,100 liters) of milk spilled from the Park 100 Foods plant. State en­vi­ron­men­tal of­fi­cials in­di­cate the spill was not dan­ger­ous.Crews used hay bales to help con­tain the milk and a cleanup com­pany re­moved about 14,000 gal­lons (53,000 liters) of a wa­ter and milk mix­ture from the creek.Tipton County Emer­gency Man­age­ment Di­rec­tor Chuck Bell says the creek was back to its nor­mal color on Wed­nes­day.


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