A scuba diver has died after being bitten by a shark off the coast of Australia.
The 20-year-old, who has not been named, suffered severe accidents to his leg and important blood loss on account of the assault.
A physician and paramedic have been winched down from a RACQ Lifeflight Rescue helicopter to the person’s location close to Indian Head, Fraser Island, Queensland, shortly after 2pm on July 4.
The staff tried for over an hour to avoid wasting the diver, however his accidents have been too extreme and he died on the scene, in line with the Queensland Ambulance Service.
The person’s physique was taken to the mainland by the helicopter and can now be handed over to the coroner, 9News reported.
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It comes after a 23-year-old Queensland Parks and Wildlife ranger was killed in a shark assault in the identical space in April.
Zachary Robba was fatally mauled by a fantastic white shark in April.
At the least 4 folks have died in shark assaults in Australia this yr.
A 57-year-old diver was killed off Western Australia in January and a 60-year-old surfer died close to Kingscliff in New South Wales in June.
Australia has recorded the very best variety of shark fatalities on the earth over the previous 30 years, in line with finder.com.au.
New South Wales recorded essentially the most assaults with 146, adopted by Queensland with 86 and Western Australia with 81.
Within the U.S., on common, one particular person dies every year from a shark attack.