As claimed in the viral message, local beach goers discovered roughly about a dozen dead sharks washed up ashore in Pismo Beach, California.
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On September 20, 2017, local beach goers discovered roughly about a dozen dead sharks washed up ashore in Pismo Beach, California. People are very nervous and confused on how and/or why this happened. Lifeguards immediately told swimmers and surfers to exit the beach due to contamination from the sharks, until local law enforcement arrived on the scene. There will be more information released upon more investigation. Pismo Beach is closed until further notice.
Viral Message Verification – This is a fake message claims local beach goers discovered roughly about a dozen dead sharks washed up ashore in Pismo Beach, California.
Infect it is a hoax news created and shared, there is no truth on this news. However the current hoax shows 10-1 sharks lying all over the beach. It is not true as said by the Pismo Beach City Manager Jim Lewis.
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