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TEPCO Handout- July 23, 2014 Progress of trying to block contaminated water connecting to the trenches to the ocean from the Units 2 / 3 reactor facilities

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Mass fish die off pacific at the beach in Capitola on Friday afternoon with thousands of dead fish on the beach and a paste-like substance in the water. Though it's unclear if the substance led to the death of the fish, police cleared the water as a precautionary measure. About 3 p.m., there was a report of a tan, paste-like substance floating on the surface of the ocean near Esplanade Park, Sgt. Cliff Sloma said. Early Friday morning, beachgoers discovered thousands of dead anchovies washed up on shore adjacent to the pasty patch in the water. The fish lined the beach between the Esplanade and New Brighton State Beach. Here is where Capitola beach on g-maps:,+Capitola,+CA+95010/@36.9716168,-121.9516263,13z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x808e150b7325ebd1:0x30b7775a15be3437 image source