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Shark attack leaves Swimmer badly injured as he disappears after biting man

A flying drone was used to search for the shark, but it was never seen again. Police said all beaches in Pacific Grove are closed through Saturday as a precaution

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California: Eyewitnesses describe shark attack in Monterey County

A swimmer was left with horrific injuries after a devastating shark attack, police say.

The massage took place right on the beach at Lovers Point in Monterey County near San Jose, USA.

Other swimmers are said to have tried to save the man.

A flying drone was used to search for the shark, but it was never seen again.

Police said all beaches in Pacific Grove are closed through Saturday as a precaution.

Joe Amelia, a council member, said one man sustained injuries to his stomach and leg.

California shark attacks on humans are rare, the state Department of Fish and Wildlife said.







Warning signs and barriers have been set up on the beach
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However, the attack is the second case this year in which someone was injured.

The first attack, which took place on San Miguel Island in February, injured a diver’s foot.

There have been an estimated 203 encounters between humans and sharks in California since 1950.

The most recent incident was the 109th shark attack in which someone was injured.







A fight in the water involving the shark and the surfer ensued in Pacific Grove, San Jose
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According to the Fish and Wildlife Department, two people have died and six others have suffered nonfatal injuries in 2020 in shark encounters in California website.

Wednesday’s attack was the second recorded incident involving a shark at the site. The first was in 1952, where the victim died.

DNA testing will identify the species of shark involved in Wednesday’s incident.

The victim was taken to the Natividad Medical Center, 23 miles from the beach where the incident occurred.







The scene at Lovers Point Beach where the shark attack took place
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The Pacific Grove Police Department confirmed a man was seriously injured by a shark bite at Lovers Point Beach, California.

It is not yet known which water sports the man practiced.

City of Pacific Grove Council member Jenny McAdams wrote on Facebook: “Following the attack, the shark was again seen in the area.

“The beach was closed and everyone had to leave the water.”







The surfer was hospitalized after a shark attack off the northern California coast
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The Monterey Herald reports: “All beaches in Pacific Grove will be closed for at least 48 hours following a shark attack at Lovers Point this morning.”

A caution barrier was erected alongside orange and white barriers blocking access to the beach

It is not known if the victim was simply swimming in the sea when the attack took place around 11am.

Rhoda Navarroan eyewitness of the terrible attack, tells KION TV The shark could be seen from above, but she couldn’t tell what species it was.

According to website Tracking Sharks, there have been 10 shark attacks in the US this year.







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In February, experts say a British expat who was beaten to death by a 15-foot great white shark may have been targeted for an unusual swimming habit.

Diving instructor Simon Nellist was attacked in waters off the coast of Little Bay, Sydney, on Wednesday afternoon while training for a charity swim event.

The 35-year-old RAF veteran from Penzance, West Cornwall, was the first fatal victim of a shark attack in the Australian city since 1963, when all beaches were temporarily closed.

Some experts have claimed Simon was probably mistaken for the great white’s usual prey because his dark wetsuit was mistaken for a seal.

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