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Kekaha Beach Park reopen a day after possible shark sighting

KEKAHA — Kaua‘i Fire Department Ocean Safety Bureau officials reopened Kekaha Beach Park to swimming on Tuesday afternoon, after determining the water was safe for swimming.

Lifeguards closed Kekaha Beach Park to swimming on Monday afternoon after reporting that a possible 8-foot tiger shark was sighted off shore. Warning signs have since been removed.

For up-to-date information about Kaua‘i ocean conditions and ocean safety, residents and visitors are encouraged to speak to a county lifeguard at any lifeguard station, visit or call the Ocean Safety Bureau at 808-241-4984.
Source: The Garden Island

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