Shark-warning signs removed at Maili Beach
Shark-warning signs have been removed at Maili Beach this morning after lifeguards saw no signs of a shark.
Lifeguards yesterday posted warning signs and cleared the waters after a police officer notified lifeguards he had spotted an approximately 10-foot shark in near-shore waters, said Bryan Cheplic, spokesman for the city Emergency Services Department.
For information regarding ocean conditions, advisories and warnings, the Ocean Safety and Lifeguard Services Division provides a recorded report 24 hours a day at 922-3888, ext. 51, or visit www.hawaiibeachsafety.org.