Surfers spot tiger shark at Ala Moana Beach Park | News
Ten surfers say they spotted a 10-to-12 foot tiger shark in waters off Ala Moana Beach Park Sunday afternoon.
According to officials, the sighting was reported at about 2 p.m. Sunday. The shark was seen a quarter-mile off shore at the surf spot known as "Courts" near McCoy Pavilion.
Ocean Safety officials posted warning signs in the area. The warning was later canceled at about 6:30 p.m.
Ocean Safety officials do not believe this is the same shark spotted last week.
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