In Salt Lake City, a doggo went swimming in Virgin River. Later, the doggo suffered from a seizure and died. Now, the State of Utah issued a public health warning regarding the area.
– A dog died after swimming in a river.
– It has been discovered that there was an algal bloom in the river.
– The dog died just an hour after it swam in the river.
According to the officials, an algal bloom was discovered by the park rangers last week. The algal bloom has been described as harmful and aggressive. The doggo that died went swimming there on July 4 and an hour later, it passed away. It is believed that the dog was exposed to the algal bloom thus its death.
Zion National Park workers already placed signs in the area warning visitors and residents of the algal bloom. S0me of the signs include the words, “Do not swim in the area,” “Keep animals away,” “Do not drink the river water (including water passed through a purifier,” and many more.
Read the sad scoop by Mark Klekas at – https://kutv.com/