Anybody wanna fish the Blue river? :crazy::crazy::crazy::crazy: KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- More than 3 million gallons of untreated waste has been dumped into the Blue River as the result of a sewer line break, according to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources. The DNR issued a violation to Kansas City as a result of the break. The break, which occurred in Marion Park, released untreated waste into an unnamed stream that travels through a park before draining into the Blue River. After the point where the tributary reaches the Blue River, the river travels for another estimated one mile before reaching Swope Park. State officials said they have been working with city workers to repair the sewer line break. The DNR has ordered the city to take water samples in the tributary above and below the site of the release, and to sample water in the Blue River.