Bacteria Levels Close Some New Jersey Beaches

There is some bad news for folks from northeastern and central Pennsylvania planning a vacation at the New Jersey shore.

More than a dozen beaches up and down the coast are closed because of contamination from runoff water. The runoff has caused high bacteria levels in some spots.

The beaches will not reopen until the levels drop.

Click here for an interactive map of the beaches that are closed.

16 comments

  • E

    Ha ha ha! New Yorker trash insulting New Jersey trash insulting NEPA coal miner trash. Ha ha ha! The reality is ALL of you are cut from the same cloth, that’s what is hilarious. The NEPA trash are nothing but people who are one or two generations from some as* hole that was forced out of NY/NJ during one of their “purges” to try and clean up their community. Like NY did during the 70’s. Lol. All of you act the same so don’t kid yourself. All three groups are mouthy, aggressive, low education, low class trash that can only fit in in the tri-state area. You are EXACTLY where you belong, don’t ever forget that. 😀

  • the garbage state

    Why would anyone with a modicum of self respect go to a NJ beach, let alone NJ itself?

    • TOYOUGARBAGEMAN

      Where do you go? I’m sure youre just so cool…MORON
      I’ve had the best vacations at the shore….YUCK FOU!

  • Jersey Beaches Are For Losers

    Bacteria, nice word for sewage. Oh, by-the-way don’t forget to pay for the privilege to frolic by the sewer.

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