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–State officials informed Miami-Dade County leaders late Wednesday that the bacteria that causes red tide has been discovered in the waters off Haulover Beach.

-As a result, Haulover and all other beaches north of the Haulover inlet have been closed until further notice. 

-Miami may get more bad news today: samples taken  from other beaches like South Beach and Crandon Park will be released later today

-Red tide can kill fish and other marine life and can be dangerous to humans. 

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