Shark bites swimmer off Northern California beach

FOR SURVIVORS TO COME IN APPROXIMATELY 15 MINUTES. A SAN MATEO BEACH. TEAMS SAY THE MAN WAS BIT IN THE BAY OF THE RIGHT THIGH THE BIG WHITE SHA.RK PARAMEDIC AND FIREFIGHTERS WORKED TO STOP THE BLEEDING. THE MAN WAS ABLE TO SWIM TO SHORE. THEY FEEL THAT THE SHARK

Shark bites swimmer off Northern California beach

A great white shark bit a man in the leg as he swam off a northern California beach on Saturday morning, authorities said. Beach, about 18 miles south of San Francisco, where he received medical help, San Mateo County Sheriff‘s Lt. Eamonn Allen said. The man said he believed he had been bitten by a 6 to 8 foot long great white shark, Allen said. will post signs to notify beachgoers of the closure, California State Parks spokesman Gabe McKenna said.

A great white shark bit a man in the leg as he swam off a northern California beach on Saturday morning, authorities said.

The 35-year-old’s injury was not life-threatening and he was able to swim to shore at Gray Whale Cove State Beach, about 18 miles south of San Francisco, where he received medical aid, said San Mateo County Sheriff’s Lt. Eamonn Allen. .

The man said he believed he had been bitten by a 6- to 8-foot-long great white shark, Allen said.

State park officials have banned water activities off the beach, as well as off nearby Montara State Beach, for the next 48 hours and will post signs to notify bathers of the closure. , said California State Parks spokesman Gabe McKenna.

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