COCKEYSVILLE , MD - JULY 02: Amanda Jacobs hangs from a rope swing while diving into a quarry lake at the Beaver Dam Swimming Club July 2, 2012 in Cockeysville, Maryland. Residents of the Baltimore and Washington area continue to seek ways to avoid the heat with electrical power knocked out by storms 3 days ago still impacting almost half a million people. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Do you love to go swimming in Charlotte? Be careful. There is a “No Swimming Advisory” that was issued Tuesday for a single cove on Lake Wylie.

The cove is located upstream of the Highway 49 bridge in the Riverpointe community. The No Swimming Advisory was issued after a report of a sewage discharge to the cove from a broken sewer force main on Riverpointe Drive.

The broken force main has been repaired and the sewage discharge stopped.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services staff will monitor water quality in the affected area until conditions are deemed safe for human contact at which time the No Swimming Advisory will be lifted.

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