Cover photo is for illustrative purposes only\nIt's official. Another sewage spill has occurred in Miami, polluting several Miami beaches with toxic wastewater. The Miami-Dade County Sewer and Water Department reports that a 4-foot sewage pipe burst on Sunday, spewing its contents into Miami waters 12 feet beneath the surface.\nOn Sunday, the department released a No Contact with Water advisory for Maule Lake, Oleta River State Park, Greynolds Park, Haulover Inlet, and Haulover Beach. The advisory cautions residents against swimming, fishing, and boating in these areas.\nThis incident comes less than two weeks after a sewage leak in Miami that prompted multiple no-swim advisories in Crandon Beach and Haulover Beach. Haulover Beach is once again affected by sewage contamination.\nThe department issued a press release Monday stating that emergency repairs to the broken pipe are underway. A contractor is currently working around the clock until the spill is contained, which is not expected to happen until Thursday.\nYou can see the location of the spill and which beaches were affected below:\nvia WPLG Local 10 News\nMiami-Dade County spokeswoman Jennifer Messemer-Skold stated in Monday's press release that the department will not be halting the flow of wastewater to the broken pipe during repairs because it would impact sewer service in the cities of Sunny Isles Beach, Golden Beach, and Eastern Shores in North Miami Beach.\nYou can read the department's tweet on the emergency pipe repairs below:\nEmergency repairs begin tonight on the broken 48-inch wastewater line. The No Contact with Water Advisory remains in effect. For more info: https://t.co/aanXqIeCbM pic.twitter.com/kmKfoBOtko— Miami-Dade Water & Sewer (@MiamiDadeWater) August 12, 2019\nWhile repairs are underway, residents in the northeastern part of the county are asked by the department to reduce water usage to minimize the impact of the spill.\nCheck here on the Miami-Dade County website for updates on the ongoing No Contact With Water advisory.\nYou can read more about the sewage spill here.