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Shark sightings reported near Cannon Beach

21 Juillet 2017

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Authorities are warning beachgoers after several people reported shark sightings near Cannon Beach.

Lifeguards received reports of dorsal fin sightings on Saturday. One of the sightings was reported near Haystack Rock where a woman who was paddle boarding got her board bumped by what is believed to have been a shark.

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Oregon Parks and Recreation Department officials say the beaches will stay open and that warning signs have been posted.

A visitor in Seaside reported a shark sighting the same day. "There's 13 different species of shark that live off the north Oregon Coast", he said.

People in the ocean, especially surfers, are urged to consult fellow surfers for advice before heading offshore, as Oregon Parks and Rec doesn't manage the ocean below low tide levels.

Shark sightings reported near Cannon Beach