Surfer bitten by shark in New Smyrna Beach A surfer from Orlando was bitten by a shark while in the ocean in New Smyrna Beach, a Beach Safety Ocean Rescue official said. The 25-year-old man was bitten near the jetty, a place popular for surfing and shark bites, just before 10 a.m., said Capt. Tammy
Media Release National Sea Rescue Institute ( NSRI ) 12. April 2014 —————— Port Alfred – Angler bitten by shark caught while fishing : Juan Pretorius, NSRI Port Alfred station commander, said: “At 09h06, Saturday, 12th April, NSRI Port Alfred volunteer sea rescue duty crew were activated following reports of an angler bitten by a
Two teens surfing in the New Smyrna Beach area were bit by a shark Friday afternoon, Volusia County Beach Patrol Capt. Tamara Marris said. The first bite occurred about 1:30 p.m. near the jetty. The youth, who is from South Carolina, suffered a minor laceration on his foot. The second bite occurred about 20 minutes later, Marris
NSW Police Force 04. April 2014 A cap and goggles, belonging to a woman who was taken by a shark on the state’s Far South Coast yesterday (Thursday 3 April 2014), have been located. The search resumed this morning and is focussing on the southern end of Tathra Beach. Police divers have also joined the
Henry Belot, Canberra Times Reporter April 3, 2014 A woman in her 60s has died after a shark attack on the NSW south coast. Authorities were searching the ocean off Tathra for the woman’s body and the shark, police said. The woman was swimming with a group of people between Tathra Wharf and Tathra
NSW Police Force 03. April 2014 A report will be prepared for the Coroner after a woman was taken by a shark on the state’s Far South Coast today (Thursday 3 April 2014). About 8.20am, a local woman in her sixties was swimming with a group of people between Tathra Wharf and Tathra Beach. It
Human remains with possible shark bites could be missing diver, WA police say Police believe a diver missing off the coast south of Perth may have been killed by a shark after human remains were discovered with possible shark bites. The man, 38, failed to resurface after diving with two friends several kilometres off Dawesville
Shark in tourist attack was most aggressive March 28 2014 at 09:50am By NOSIPHO MNGOMA, Daily News Durban - An expert has determined that an inexplicably “aggressive”, but not particularly big shark, had killed a 72-year-old Austrian tourist in the Eastern Cape last weekend. Police have not yet released the name of the victim.
Helmut Nickel, Shark Year Magazine, 24. March 2014. The following tables show the reported catches made by drumlines in the state of Western Australia from the date of the first deployment in late January to 16. March 2014. The latest catch data reveals that 111 specimens have been caught (110 elasmobranchs and one bony fish).
Kurt Hoffman treated for several wounds Saturday Published Mar 22, 2014 Delray kite boarder bitten by shark Kurt Hoffman DELRAY, Fla. —Kurt Hoffman said he was bitten in the forearm by a shark Saturday morning while kite boarding in Delray. “The shark came up and took a bite,” Hoffman said on his Facebook page.