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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