State of New York

A class action lawsuit against the State of New York Department of Parks, Recreation and Historical Preservation claims the water in Seneca Lake State Park Spraypark's holding tanks, which were recycled, were contaminated with cryptosporidium. In 2005, the park closed and 3,297 cases of cryptosporidium were reported in 33 New York Counties, some of whom were hospitalized. Cryptosporidium (also known as Crypto) is a parasite that lives in water and can be passed on through human or animal feces.

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