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Diesel spill chokes up Albion Park creek

EPA and local business reps, along with Illawarra firefighters inspect Albion Creek. Picture: ROBERT PEETA leak of diesel choked up to 200 metres of an Albion Park creek on Tuesday night, with fears it could have entered Lake Illawarra.
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Fire and Rescue NSW crews worked to contain what was believed to be a diesel spill into Albion Creek, just off the Princes Highway at Albion Park Rail.

‘‘FRNSW crews putting booms in Albion Creek to contain a diesel spill. Another boom in place at Lake Illawarra,’’ Fire and Rescue NSW posted on Twitter at 8.45pm.

FRNSW Inspector Brendan Cox confirmed the incident, near Creole Place.

‘‘They said it covered about 200 metres,’’ Insp Cox said on Wednesday.

‘‘The Environmental Protection Authority and our crews are going back [on Wednesday] to look again.’’

The EPA is now investigating the incident, after investigators ‘‘observed odours and an oily sheen on the water.’’

‘‘Water samples have been taken by EPA to help determine the nature of the pollution. Clean up actions are being progressed,’’ an EPA spokesperson said in a statement.

‘‘The exact source has not yet been identified but it appears the pollution may have come from a nearby light industrial/commercial area.

”The EPA will work with Shellharbour City Council in investigating the cause of the incident to try and determine the source of the pollution and the necessary measures to prevent a recurrence.’’

Mechanics, car yards, a fuel distributor and a petrol station are all in the immediate vicinity of the spill.

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