OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- A massive cleanup is underway after a mistake by the East Bay Municipal Utility District allowed concrete to flow into a creek in Oakland. California Department of Fish and Wildlife spokesperson Andrew Hughan says it may take several months to a year to get it cleaned up. He adds, "Every bug and plant in this half mile stretch is going to be killed."
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PHOTOS: Massive cleanup underway after cement spills into Oakland creek
A massive cleanup is underway after a mistake by the East Bay Municipal Utility District allowed cement to flow into a creek in Oakland, Calif. on April 8, 2015. (KGO-TV/Laura Anthony)
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