According to the Associated Press, health officials are warning people not to eat fish from parts of a southeastern Michigan river because of chemical contamination.

The emergency "Do Not Eat" advisory issued Saturday applies to all fish from the Huron River from Oakland County's Milford to the Livingston and Washtenaw county border.

That includes lakes connected by the river, including Kent Lake.  Touching the fish or swimming in the water isn't considered a health concern.

Fish from the water were tested for PFOS, and found to contain high levels.  Click on the above link for more information.