Friday, July 24, 2015

They were swimming just 15ft off the shore
Thousand of swimmers were ordered out of the water on
Thursday after two sharks were spotted swimming close to shore in Long Island.
A lifeguard initially spotted a shark swimming off shore, reports ABC
News. Police helicopters later spotted two 6ft long sharks swimming up the
coast that who were a mere 15ft from the beach. "It was a really big
shark — it was thin and long and it was scary," said beachgoer Wendy
Stechman to NBC. After 11 shark attacks off the coast in North and South
Carolina, authorities took no chances and ordered swimmers out of the water
around noon. Swimmers were allowed back when lifeguards sounded the all-clear
at 3pm. </embed> This article originally appeared on time. com.
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the Waldorf Astoria Chicago Thousand of swimmers were ordered out of
the water on Thursday after two sharks were spotted swimming close to shore in
Long Island. A lifeguard initially spotted a shark swimming off
shore, reports ABC News. Police helicopters later spotted two 6ft long
sharks swimming up the coast that who were a mere 15ft from the beach.

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