Beachgoers walk on Oak Island beach looking southwest from the Ocean Crest Pier as life resumes here on Monday, June 15, 2015. On Sunday, two people were attacked by sharks while swimming in this southeastern North Carolina town. One of the attacks several hundreds yards from here on the other side of the pier. On Monday, a few people went into the water, but not very far out. Most were either on the sand or just in the surf where the water was only a foot or two deep.
Beachgoers walk on Oak Island beach looking southwest from the Ocean Crest Pier as life resumes here on Monday, June 15, 2015. On Sunday, two people were attacked by sharks while swimming in this southeastern North Carolina town. One of the attacks several hundreds yards from here on the other side of the pier. On Monday, a few people went into the water, but not very far out. Most were either on the sand or just in the surf where the water was only a foot or two deep. Chris Seward The News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.)
Beachgoers walk on Oak Island beach looking southwest from the Ocean Crest Pier as life resumes here on Monday, June 15, 2015. On Sunday, two people were attacked by sharks while swimming in this southeastern North Carolina town. One of the attacks several hundreds yards from here on the other side of the pier. On Monday, a few people went into the water, but not very far out. Most were either on the sand or just in the surf where the water was only a foot or two deep. Chris Seward The News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.)

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