SCARY VIDEO: Sheriff’s Helicopter Crew Warns Paddleboarders They Are Surrounded By 15 ‘Large’ Great White Sharks

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'you should probably head to shore'


ABOVE VIDEO: An Orange County, California Sheriff’s Department helicopter crew warned paddleboarders in Southern California water last week that there were surrounded by about 15 “large” Great White sharks near them in the water, all the way up to the surfline. (ABC News video)

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An Orange County, California Sheriff’s Department helicopter crew warned paddleboarders in Southern California water last week that there were surrounded by about 15 “large” Great White sharks near them in the water, all the way up to the surfline.

A sheriff’s department helicopter crew warned paddleboarders in Southern California Wednesday that they had company: there were more than a dozen sharks near them in the water.

The Orange County Sheriff’s Department helicopter captured footage of the smattering of great white sharks as Deputy Brian Stockbridge broadcasted instructions to people in the water, the AP reports.

State Parks, he said in the video, had asked him to pass along a message: you should probably head to shore.

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