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The onslaught of sharks were generated on the same beach in Florida, specifically in New Smyrna Beach.
At least three shark attacks were recorded during the weekend in Florida in which the same number of people were injured.
The onslaught of sharks were generated on the same beach in Florida, specifically in New Smyrna Beach. According to the CNN report , two of the victims were surfers who were rammed just minutes apart.
On Saturday afternoon, a 23-year-old woman was surfing on that beach when a shark bit her left hand. From there she was transferred to Halifax Medical Center, where she was treated and placed stitches.
While the first victim was traveling by ambulance on the way to the hospital, the second attack occurred on the beach.
A shark bit another 21-year-old surfer on the right foot. According to information from Volusia County Beach, the cuts inflicted by the animal were minor, and the young man could be treated at the beach.
After these incidents, first responders rescued 30 people surfing at sea to safeguard them, and avoid a more serious accident.
The two attacks on Saturday were followed by a third on Sunday, also in New Smyrne Beach. Around 3:00 PM, a shark bit a man from Tennessee on the right foot.
At the time of the attack, the water reached his knees. This was reported by the British newspaper Daily Mail , so the shark got quite close to the shore.
None of the three victims suffered serious injuries. It is unknown if the same shark perpetrated all the attacks.
New Smyrne Beach is known as the shark capital of the world. A week ago, on Monday, July 29, a man received 19 stitches after a shark plucked part of his hand on this beach.
According to data from the International Shark Archive of the University of Florida, there have been 17 attacks in that state so far this year, three of them provoked.
Throughout the US they add 32, one of them lethal. Among the various attacks are those in North Carolina, where several teenagers were seriously injured.