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In China, a young woman ended up with serious injuries to her forehead, jaw and scalp when attacked by a tiger shark that lives in the pond where the lesson was taught.
A woman was left with numerous head injuries when she was bitten by a shark while taking a diving class in China, the ETtoday News Cloud website reported Monday.
The young woman – identified by local media as Nana – was attending a lesson on the diving course offered by Dalian Laohutan Ocean Park, located in Liaoning province, when she was bitten by a tiger shark that lives inside the pond where the class is taught, leaving serious wounds on the face and other parts of her head.
Immediately after the attack of the shark, the woman was rushed to an emergency hospital and underwent a four-hour operation, in which she received more than 70 stitches to close the bites she received on her forehead, jaw and scalp.
Fortunately, after the surgery, Nana is out of danger, although under close observation.
On the other hand, it is known that the aquatic club is willing to pay the costs of treatment and is negotiating compensation for the affected. According to the personnel of the place, the submarine activities that are taught there reproduce the dangers that can be faced at sea.
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