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Lifeguards post shark warning signs in Ewa Beach

Beachgoers are being warned not to swim at White Plains Beach today after a tiger shark was spotted in the area, the city Emergency Services Department said.

Federal lifeguards confirmed a shark longer than eight feet in the area, the department said in an alert at about 3:20 p.m.

Lifeguards posted warning signs and were urging swimmers to stay out of the water.

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