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Shark warning signs posted at Maili Beach Park

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Honolulu Ocean Safety officials have posted shark warning signs at Maili Beach Park in West Oahu.

County lifeguards reported seeing a 10-foot shark exhibiting non-aggressive behavior at the beach park earlier today. An alert via HNL.Info was sent out at about 2:15 p.m. today.

Officials said the situation will be re-evaluated about four hours after the initial sighting.

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