Shark startles swimmers at Myrtle Beach State Park

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HORRY COUNTY, S.C. – A shark has startled beachgoers over the weekend at Myrtle Beach State Park.

Terry Egan was at the beach when he said he felt something rub against him in the water. Moments later, the fin of a black-tip shark broke the surface of the water.

In a Facebook post, Egan said he grabbed his camera and snapped a picture of the shark in the water near swimmers.

“What a way to end Shark Week!!!” Egan wrote.

No injuries were reported, according to WMBF.

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