The video on the scene showed at least six people rushing to take their victims off the surf and take them to the beach.
“I thought he might have collapsed because he wasn’t moving in the water,” he said.
Parker told Seven News that he had witnessed the man badly injured, but as soon as the rescuers took him to the beach, surf rescuers started treating him. Parker said the wound extends slightly beyond the knee in the man’s groin.
“He’s almost gone,” Parker said.
The police said an unidentified man was treated by paramedics but died at the scene, the police said.
Beach protected by shark nets
“Everyone was running around, there were kids crying on the sand… some people were standing next to and watching, and I couldn’t believe what they were seeing,” he said. “It was so sad and really sad.”
Cabral told 9 News that he was filming his 13-year-old son in the water when he heard people shout “shark, shark, shark”.
“The first thing that came to my mind was that my son and his friends wanted to get out of the water. I couldn’t feel my body at all, it was completely frozen and empty. News “I shouted to my son to get out of the water. Began to scream.”
After a police helicopter launched to search for sharks attacked, Green Mount’s north and south beaches were closed, and nearby beaches would be closed on Wednesday, 9 News reported.
Greenmount Beach is protected by shark nets designed to catch potentially dangerous sharks, so you can’t harm people.
Gavin Nayler, program director of the Florida Program for Shark Research, told CNN that the number of deadly shark attacks could increase dramatically from year to year.
“We see fluctuations every year and we don’t make too much,” he said.
In April, a Queensland Wildlife Conservator was killed by a white man, and in January a 57-year-old diver was killed in a shark attack in Western Australia.