Two California Shark Encounters Keep Beach-Goers on Edge

On the same day, there were shark sightings near San Luis Obispo and San Diego beaches.
3:00 | 08/31/15

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zz for $139 a month after aéé $1000zz Volkswagen Bonus. The swimmers climbed on board some kayaks that were nearby and were escorted to the beach safely, the whole time the shark was following the kayaks. Reporter: Beachgoers near la Jolla cove and shores, popular beach and tourism spots, evacuated. I saw the fin. It was like going over to the kayakers and it was a hammerhead shark and it was being feisty. Reporter: At a time when technology is letting professionals film sharks closer than ever, this footage from "Shweekend" airing now on discovery. This damaged board, and the kayaker's video, signs of encounters too close for those just trying to enjoy the waves. The beach near la Jolla reopened this morning. The state beach to the north is still closed. Authorities will wait 72 hours before anyone is allowed back in the water.

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