Surfer Survives to Shark Attack in California

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A surfer was bitten in the legs by a shark in the sea in California , but he could kick it and survive. Nick Wapner , 19, was attacked on Tuesday morning while surfing with friends at Montana de Oro beach , reported The Tribune of San Luis Obispo . The area is about 320 kilometers (200 miles) northwest of Los Angeles . Ranger supervisor Robert Colligan said Wapner reported being attacked by a 15-foot white shark . The voracious animal bit his right ankle and then his right thigh.

Wapner told the newspaper that the shark attacked him from behind while he was getting ready to surf a wave.”Everything happened so fast, but I turned and saw that one of my legs was in his mouth,” he said. “It was huge.”

Surfer Survives to Shark Attack in California

The surfer said the shark bit his legs as if for a second, but then he could kick it and let go. The animal then turned around and left. Wapner said he asked for help from his friends who were on the beach . He swam to the shore and one of his friends took him to the hospital, where 50 stitches were sewn and he was discharged.


Source: Frontera.Info