• Fish kill reported at Indialantic Beach

    By: Steve Barrett , Sarah Wilson


    BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. - Thousands of dead fish are washing up on shore in Brevard County -- again.

    Video footage of Indialantic Beach Wednesday afternoon showed dead fish littering the shore less than a week after test results first confirmed the presence of a toxic algae bloom in the area.

    The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission confirmed on Oct. 17 that red tide had reached parts of Brevard County.

    READ: Red tide reaches Space Coast: 9 facts about red tide

    Beachgoers had returned by Sunday after volunteers removed thousands of dead fish that washed ashore on Cocoa Beach after a red tide bloom.

    But Wednesday’s fish kill at Indialantic appeared worse than the previous kill in Cocoa Beach. Footage shows a bulldozer scooping up piles of dead fish from the beach.


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