Beck Jumaev and Selina Garcia of Miami taking selfies at Haulover Beach on Tuesday. Later Tuesday, the state warned that the water quality may have been affected by Hurricane Irma and recommended against swimming along the Miami-Dade coast.
Beck Jumaev and Selina Garcia of Miami taking selfies at Haulover Beach on Tuesday. Later Tuesday, the state warned that the water quality may have been affected by Hurricane Irma and recommended against swimming along the Miami-Dade coast. David Santiago dsantiago@elnuevoherald.com
Beck Jumaev and Selina Garcia of Miami taking selfies at Haulover Beach on Tuesday. Later Tuesday, the state warned that the water quality may have been affected by Hurricane Irma and recommended against swimming along the Miami-Dade coast. David Santiago dsantiago@elnuevoherald.com

Miami-Dade health department: Stay out of ocean at beach — it may be dirty

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