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Texas: Hundreds of Fish Found Dead in Lake Hollow of Fort Worth’s Meadowbrook Hills


By Andrew Tanielian – “Frustrated homeowners in Fort Worth’s Meadowbrook hills are wondering what’s killing hundreds of fish in their backyard pond.

Neighbors started to notice the dead fish after Tuesday’s storms.

The pond known as Lake Hollow was once a relaxing escape for Michael Anderson and other homeowners who live in Meadowbrook Hills.

‘And we just sit down in the evenings on the landing and just revel in the beauty,’ said Anderson.

An unknown problem is bringing the anxiety of a wasteland.

‘Obviously this lake is going to turn into a health hazard the way things are going,’ said Anderson.

Hundreds of dead fish including perch and catfish floated to the top of the pond.

Neighbors immediately called the city for help.

Workers ruled out a sewage leak and are investigating what else could have caused this including testing water samples.” Read more.

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