2005-08-12 / Community

Clammers Cause Consternation On Beach


Clammers working close onshore nearby Beach 91 Street caused alarm on the part of lifeguard supervisors, who called police to see if the boats could be moved further from the swimming public. At one point, the two boats, working about four blocks apart and moving westward, were no more than 100 yards from the beachfront. Pictured, one of the boats.Clammers working close onshore nearby Beach 91 Street caused alarm on the part of lifeguard supervisors, who called police to see if the boats could be moved further from the swimming public. At one point, the two boats, working about four blocks apart and moving westward, were no more than 100 yards from the beachfront. Pictured, one of the boats.Lifeguard supervisor Janet Fash speaks with police who responded to the call. Police launches and Coast Guard units were called to move the boats further away from the beach.Lifeguard supervisor Janet Fash speaks with police who responded to the call. Police launches and Coast Guard units were called to move the boats further away from the beach.

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