MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Authorities have issued a no-swim advisory for parts of Biscayne Bay following the leak of a 16-inch wastewater pipe.

Officials said the pipe break is located near 100 Chopin Plaza and resulted in the discharge of approximately 120,000 gallons.

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In addition to no swimming, signage has been placed in the affected areas, which also instructs residents and visitors to avoid other water recreational activities such as fishing and boating.

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Boundaries of the affected areas include MacArthur Causeway to the north, Rickenbacker Causeway to the South, Southpointe Park to the east, and the mainland as the western boundary.

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Officials say that the following parks and beaches are affected: Fisher Island Beach, Hobie Beach, Virginia Key Beach, and South Beach, as well as marinas within the boundaries.