Terry Rogers

Staff Writer, San Diego Union-Tribune

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After last Friday’s fatal  shark attack  off  Solana Beach  in San Diego County, 17 miles of beach were posted with shark warnings.

Is It Safe to Go Back in the Water?

After last Friday’s fatal shark attack off Solana Beach in San Diego County, 17 miles of beach were posted with shark warnings.

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