Something fishy was happening at the Tar River on Thursday.
About 50-100 fish could be seen struggling to the water's edge at the Greenville Town Common on Thursday morning, gasping at the surface. A few were floating, dead.
The cause was depleted oxygen in the river following Hurricane Irene, according to an officer on the scene with the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission.
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