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Two Myrtle Beach beach accesses closed Wednesday

The area around Ocean Boulevard and the former Pavilion site was busy with people moving around on foot, scooters, motorcycles and cars in April.
The area around Ocean Boulevard and the former Pavilion site was busy with people moving around on foot, scooters, motorcycles and cars in April. cslate@thesunnews.com

Myrtle Beach authorities said two beach access points will be closed on Wednesday as crews work to install cameras in the area.

The beach accesses at 43th Avenue North and 44th Avenue North will be temporarily closed for the day on Wednesday as crews continue to advance the Myrtle Beach camera project.

Lt. Joey Crosby with the Myrtle Beach Police Department said there will be temporary closures of beach accesses throughout the next few weeks while the project is ongoing.

Lt. Crosby also said project coordinators are working quickly to limit the time of the closures.

On Monday, access areas at 38th Avenue North and 42nd Avenue North were both temporarily closed while crews worked on the project. On Tuesday, 39th Avenue North and 41st Avenue North were both temporarily closed.

Contact CLAIRE BYUN at 626-0381 and follow her on Twitter @Claire_TSN.

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