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Shark warning signs removed from Makaha Beach

Shark warning signs were removed from Makaha Beach this morning.

City lifeguards posted the signs Wednesday after a 51-year-old woman, who had been swimming about 250 yards offshore, suffered a large gash across her right arm, shoulder and torso in an attack.

The last shark attack at Makaha Beach occurred in late October when a boy on a bodyboard was bitten on the leg about 50 to 60 feet from shore.

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