USF researcher discusses research showing high-level antibiotic resistant bacteria in water following sewage spill

USF researcher discusses research showing high-level antibiotic resistant bacteria in water following sewage spill

USF researcher discusses research showing high-level antibiotic resistant bacteria in water following sewage spill

A September 2014 sewer line break in St. Petersburg, Florida dumped 500,000 gallons untreated wastewater into neighborhoods and into Boca Ciega Bay and a team of University of South Florida (USF) researchers went to sample the waters and what they found was a little concerning.

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