Hundreds of thousands of dead fish wa...

Hundreds of thousands of dead fish wash up on Pinellas shores, official says

Kelli Levy, Pinellas' director of environmental management, confirms the county has hired a debris contractor to harvest the dead fish out in the Gulf of Mexico, about one mile from Clearwater Beach. After commercial fishermen reported a fish kill a mile off Sand Key Park and Clearwater Beach on Friday, Pinellas County acted quickly.

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