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Skate Park Filled With Sand To Stop Illegal Boarding

CALIFORNIA- Officials in the golden state noticed many were not following the “Stay at home” order and continued skateboarding in parks, therefore they decided to dump 37 tons of sand into the park on April 17 in order to stop the problem. The skate park located in San Clemente continued to see traffic in the […]

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CALIFORNIA- Officials in the golden state noticed many were not following the “Stay at home” order and continued skateboarding in parks, therefore they decided to dump 37 tons of sand into the park on April 17 in order to stop the problem.

The skate park located in San Clemente continued to see traffic in the form of people who were violating the “stay at home” order and continued to skate at the park. California authorities decided enough was enough and dropped thousands of pounds of sand to make sure people adhere to the orders.

California residents, as the rest of the country and world, have been urged to self isolate as much as possible since mid-March due to the rapid spread of COVID-19. With this order, government and state officials have closed down non-essential businesses in an effort to slow down the spread of the virus.

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