State officials say an algae bloom, not the chemical used to treat it, killed fish at White Lake, a popular eastern North Carolina fishing lake.
State officials say an algae bloom, not the chemical used to treat it, killed fish at White Lake, a popular eastern North Carolina fishing lake. Screen grab of WECT video
State officials say an algae bloom, not the chemical used to treat it, killed fish at White Lake, a popular eastern North Carolina fishing lake. Screen grab of WECT video

Chemical didn't kill fish in eastern NC lake. Another culprit did, state says

May 16, 2018 05:51 PM