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Chocolate Lake Beach closed to swimming due to seatch


The Halifax Regional Municipality is advising residents and visitors that Chocolate Lake Beach in Halifax is closed to swimming until further notice due to a search in the water.


Emergency rescue crews are asking people to stay out of the water so they can conduct a safe and thorough search.


The lake will remain closed until rescue crews have concluded their work in the area.


Check the @hfxgov Twitter handle for further updates. A new PSA will be circulated once the lake re-opens for swimming.


For more information on supervised municipal beaches and outdoor pools across the Halifax region, please visit our beaches page.


Source : Media Release


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