Lifeguards in San Clemente ordered swimmers and surfers out of the water Sunday after 25 sharks — some of them 10-footers — were sighted near the shore.
The closure began soon after 10:30 a.m., when a fisherman spotted a shark near the end of the San Clemente Pier, said Nicolas Giugni, one of the coastal city’s marine safety officers.
Before long, he said, two other sharks — likely juvenile great whites — were sighted nearby. By 3 p.m., lifeguards let people back in the water and posted warning signs: “SHARK SIGHTED ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK.”
But that didn’t last long.
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