According to the DeKalb County Emergency Management Agency, red dye was intentionally placed into Big Wills Creek on Monday as part of a water flow study conducted by the Alabama Department of Environmental Management.
The agency said the dye does not harm wildlife, livestock or the public, and it will disappear within the next 24 to 36 hours.
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