‘Aggressive’ Shark Behavior Forces Restriction of Ocean Access at San Clemente

‘Aggressive’ Shark Behavior Forces Restriction of Ocean Access at San Clemente

Surfers ride waves in front of the staging area of the Rip Curl WSL Finals of Lower Trestles in San Clemente, Calif., on Sept. 8, 2023. (John Fredricks/The Epoch Times)

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5/27/2024

Updated: 5/27/2024

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SAN CLEMENTE, Calif.—Confirmed “aggressive” shark behavior has forced officials to restrict ocean access to beaches in San Clemente until the evening May 27.
Shark behavior in the vicinity of T-Street Beach has restricted water access to all San Clemente beaches until 8 p.m.—pending no additional shark sightings, according to city officials in a news statement.
An aggressive shark apparently bumped a surfer off his board late on Sunday, prompting lifeguards to shut down a two-mile stretch of sand, a marine safety officer told The Orange County Register.
There was no other immediate information.
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