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Simultaneous Shark Attacks! at Swim At Your Own Risk

Simultaneous Shark Attacks!

Talk about teamwork. Two people surfing off Ponce Inlet were bitten by sharks at the same time today!

Just after noon, a lifeguard reported that a surfer had been bitten by a shark. Then, just minutes later, another person walked on shore with wound from a shark bite on his foot too.

The victims have been identified as 15-year-old male from Casselberry and a 43-year-old man from Ponce Inlet. Both were treated for minor injuries and released on the scene.

These are the 20th and 21st shark bites in Volusia County this year.


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2 Responses to “Simultaneous Shark Attacks!”

  1. 1Landlover

    Are all the Volusia County beaches marked with Shark warning signs? If not, they should be….there are WAY too many shark attacks/nibbles, etc. in Volusia County to go unwarned….these warnings should be permanent fixtures….way too sharky in those waters…I’m sure they don’t, because it would put a damper on their spring break $$$$.

  2. 2Lulu

    Actually there are signs posted at all beaches in Volusia County. They don’t exactly say shark sights but they say there are dangerous marine life (jellyfish stings are painfull too I’ve found out).
    People chose to ignore them, as the signs that warn about rip currents, which claim more lifes than shark bites.

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