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COROLLA, N.C. – A large number of dead fish and a dead dolphin have washed up on the beaches of the Outer Banks over the past few days.
Locals have reported that the stretch of dead fish runs for approximately three miles in the Corolla area.
“Last night it was probably a mile long, and then when we were taking our kids to school this morning it is now about three miles long,” Jeff Kelly said to WTKR reporter Todd Carillo.
“I don’t know what’s causing it, but I would like to know why,’ he said. “This is my home. I want to know why this is happening. My kids play on this beach.”
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