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Hayley Harding
The Detroit News

Nearly 10 billion gallons of sewer waters overflowed into Michigan waterways in the days following massive June 25 storms, a Detroit News analysis has found.

Much of that water was diluted raw sewage — including excrement, water from bathing, soaps and anything else that goes down a drain or into a toilet — that mixed with rainwater or groundwater before flowing into the state's rivers and lakes.