A broken high-pressure pipe continues to spew sewage into Onondaga Lake, but the Onondaga County executive's office says crews are working around the clock to fix it.

The sewer line at the CSX bridge over Onondaga Creek, owned by Onondaga County, broke early Thursday morning and was at one point leaking 100 gallons of raw sewage every minute into Onondaga Creek. As of Monday, state regulators said that's down to approximately a tenth of a gallon each minute.

On Friday, county officials said that no environmental or health impacts had been found at that time and sampling for water quality was being done. However, they still ask people to avoid fishing or other recreation on the eastern shore of the lake.

The Lake Lounge and Creekwalk also remain closed until repairs are done.