16-year-old Doyle Nielsen walked away with a few scrapes on his right arm. a story.
New Smyrna Beach In Florida (USA) is a paradise for Surfers. But not that … In fact, it also earned the nickname “the capital of the sting.” why ? Well, because many Sharks Those who flounder here below love to savor the surfers who let their legs pull.
Thus, New Smyrna Beach lived up to its title this Thursday, September 9th. In fact, 16-year-old surfer Doyle Nielsen found himself face to face with a noise in spite of him. In fact, the shark It came just under two metres attack him The confrontation pictures are also shown. Doyle snapped off his board, eventually surviving with a few scrapes on his right arm. And great fear.
320 bites since 1882
The young man immediately got out of the water after that. Clear unharmed. before it is taken care of by emergency services, according to Daytona Beach News Journal.
Doyle initially thought he had been beaten up by another surfer before his friends told him the true side of the story. Shots were taken from the beach by photographer Sam Scribner, Who then shared it on Instagram.
As mentioned earlier, Volusia County in Florida, where New Smyrna Beach is located, is the unofficial capital of shark bite. 320 shark bites have been recorded there since 1882.
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