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Sandra Smith, left, Tasha Hart, center, and Domonique McNeil, right, speak at a news conference in Egg Harbor Township N.J. on Tuesday Oct. 25, 2016 about the drowning deaths of relatives at a beach in North Wildwood N.J. Lawyers for Smith's family are trying to get a judge to order that section of beach permanently closed to the public because the sand is prone to giving way under the feet of beachgoers, plunging them into water over their heads. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)

Sandra Smith, left, Tasha Hart, center, and Domonique McNeil, right, speak at a news conference in Egg Harbor Township N.J. on Tuesday Oct. 25, 2016 about the drowning deaths of relatives at a beach in North Wildwood N.J. Lawyers for Smith's family are trying to get a judge to order that section of beach permanently closed to the public because the sand is prone to giving way under the feet of beachgoers, plunging them into water over their heads. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)

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