New Jersey Environmental Protection Department investigating Shark River fish kill

The Monmouth County Health Department says early morning

The Monmouth County Health Department says early morning visitors to the the Shark River reported thousands of dead fish washed up on the beach. (May 12, 2014 7:59 PM)

The Monmouth County Health Department says early morning visitors to the the Shark River reported thousands of dead fish washed up on the beach.

Low tide revealed the gruesome sight in the marina, in the shallow river bottom and along the shoreline.

Local fishermen have several theories about what killed the bunker fish, commonly used as bait.

One told News 12 New Jersey he watched...

Content Preview This content is exclusive for Optimum, Time Warner®, Comcast®, customers with access to News 12.

Already registered or an Optimum customer?
Log in
Time Warner®, Comcast® or Service ElectricSM customer?
Create an account
Not a customer?
Subscribe

Comments

advertisement | advertise on News 12

advertisement | advertise on News 12