Polluted Camberley river causes death of dozens of fish

Dead fish from River Blackwater, in Camberley
Image caption The Environment Agency said it believed the source of the river pollution had been identified

More than 100 dead fish have been found in a river in Surrey which is believed to have been polluted.

Officers from the Environment Agency are investigating the cause of the incident along a 2km (1.2 mile) stretch of the River Blackwater in Camberley.

They have been at the scene since Friday afternoon, advising on the clean-up operation and helping to mitigate the impacts of the pollution.

A spokesman said it believed the source of the pollution had been identified.

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