Two young men have survived a shark attack in southeastern Australia.
Two of the victims – a 15-year-old girl and a 16-year-old boy – were being treated at Geelong Hospital, 75 kilometers southwest of Melbourne, and were “in a stable condition,” local media reported on Tuesday. The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a crowded Ocean Grove seaside resort in Victoria. Authorities said a shark was spotted about 500 meters from the shore.
Those who witnessed the incident heard the screams of the youth and rushed to help. “The woman had a large bruise on her leg, below the knee,” said Diane Hobbs, a former nurse at the beach. The boy’s back was injured and her hand was injured. Until the ambulances arrived, among other things, the pieces were able to stop the bleeding. The beach is closed until further notice.
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