Another California Shark Sighting

Signs along the beaches warn swimmers to stay out of the water.
1:22 | 11/01/11

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-- follows a near fatal attack just up the coast. Up and down the California coast big hunters are close to shore. For the second time in less than a week the shark was seen in the Pacific surf line. This time -- beacon speech when the surfer spotted a shark looping around him before disappearing. Shaken up a lot of you know get a couple circles around mean you know checking out the shark almost ten feet long. Forced lifeguards to advise people to stay out of the water this is the peak time of the year for white shark attacks. On seals sea lions and surfers this comes just days after another surfer was released from the hospital. After narrowly surviving a great white attack. I just don't really lucky and grateful right now Eric Tarantino was surfing at marina state beach in -- Saturday morning. What a great white approached taking -- nineteen inch wide gash out of his board. The inviting the 27 year old on the neck and arm as this one thank everyone that's Portland me -- my friends on the beach. The paramedics especially who helped me in the ambulance that is a great job. And the beach where it was attacked will be closed for the week warning signs have been posted at other beaches.

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