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Governor's Office of Emergency Services
Hazardous Material Spill Update
CONTROL#: 22-4504 NRC#
NOTIFY DATE/TIME: 08/06/2022 / 1319RECEIVED BY:
OCCURENCE DATE/TIME:
08/05/2022/1300
CITY/OP. AREA:
Cool/El Dorado County

EL DORADO COUNTY APCD
1.a. PERSON NOTIFYING Cal OES:
AGENCY: Private
1.b. PERSON REPORTING SPILL (If different from above):
AGENCY:
SUBSTANCE TYPE:
a. SUBSTANCE:b. QTY:
Amount
Measurec. TYPE:d. OTHER:e. PIPELINEf. VESSEL
>= 300 Tons
1.Various Different Chemicals Unknown UnknownCHEMICALNoNo
2. NoNo
3. NoNo
Orignal Description:Caller stated maintenance of the gated community were dumping an unknown amount of weed eating chemicals into the ponds at the incident location. Caller stated he has witnessed them doing this multiple times and has also seen copious amounts of dead fish in those areas.

PERSON NOTIFYING Cal OES OF SPILL UPDATE:
NAME:
AGENCY:
PHONE#:
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PAG/CELL:
El Dorado County Hazmat
UPDATE QUANTITY
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SITUATION UPDATE:
Caller responded on scene and spoke with the HOA maintenance supervisor. He was told there has been no release into the ponds, but they did have some dead fish due to mechanical failure of the their irrigation system.
Link to Spill Report: http://w3.calema.ca.gov/operational/malhaz.nsf/SpillAllDocs/4CD5C5066EDD731188258896006F9F30?OpenDocument
FAX NOTIFICATION LIST:
AA/CUPA, DTSC, RWQCB, US EPA, USFWS, DFW-OSPR, LANDS, PARKS & REC, Co/WP, Co/Hlth, Co/E-Hlth
ADMINISTERING AGENCY:El Dorado County Environmental Management
SECONDARY AGENCY:
ADDITIONAL COUNTIES:
ADDITIONAL ADMIN. AGENCY:
OTHER NOTIFIED:
RWQCB Unit:5B
Cal GEM:
Cal OES Region:

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Cal OES Reg.


Created by: Warning Center on: 08/06/2022 03:19:59 PM Last Modified by: Warning Center on: 08/06/2022 03:24:58 PM
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