A LONG Island beach has suspended swimming after a shark reportedly bit a beachgoer in the latest attack by the predator.
The latest incident comes as park officials have ramped up patrol along Long Island beaches following a spate of shark attacks in recent weeks.
On Wednesday, Suffolk County Parks announced that swimming was suspended in Smith Point Beach following a "dangerous marine life activity".
According to CBS News, a man was being treated for injuries after telling park officials that a shark had attacked him.
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