마우이에서 상어 공격으로 부상당한 캘리포니아 남성

A 73-year-old California man snorkeling off Maui’s Ka’anapali Beach on Friday morning was apparently bitten by a shark, 마우이 소방 및 공공 안전국에 따르면.

남자는 대략 40 yards from shore when he suffered an apparent bite to his calf, 관리들은 말한다. He was able to make it to shore under his own power and was administered first aid. The man suffered lacerations to his calf and is in good condition, 관리들은 말한다.
The shark was estimated to be 8 feet in length, 부서는 보도 자료에서 말했다. Authorities remain at the scene and are advising beachgoers to stay out of the water.
The incident is the second shark attack of the year in Hawaii. The first one took place on January 2.
    Friday’s incident comes six weeks after a fatal shark attack at nearby Honolua Bay, where a 56-year-old local man died after suffering severe lacerations to his left leg, 에 따르면 the Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources.
      The man was surfing in the early morning hours of December 8 when he was attacked by a tiger shark estimated at 14 feet in length, 에 따르면 an incident list posted by the Hawaii Department of Aquatic Resources.
      작년, there were six confirmed shark bites in Hawaii. The chances of being bitten by a shark are less than one in a million, 에 따르면 Department of Land and Natural Resources.

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