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Thousands stung by jellyfish at beaches in Volusia County

Thousands stung by jellyfish at beaches in Volusia County



2018-06-19T03:32:57+0000

Monday marked a record-setting day for the number of jellyfish stings at beaches in Volusia County.

Claire Metz reports.


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