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Plettenberg Bay Beaches Closed After Fatal Shark Attack.

CAPE TOWN - A shark assault has left small time dead.

The National Sea Rescue Institute's obligation team was made aware of the occurrence after observers raised the caution at Sanctuary Beach in Plettenberg Bay on Tuesday evening.

NSRI representative Craig Lambinon said that they sent off two salvage creates.

"On landing in the scene, the body of a grown-up male, accepted to be a nearby, was recuperated from the water from the back surf line onto a NSRI salvage create. The body was brought to the NSRI Plettenberg Bay salvage station. A NSRI specialist, Western Cape EMS and the South African Police Services answered."

Lambinon said that the Bitou Municipality has shut sea shores in the space following the occurrence.

"Tragically, the wounds supported were deadly and the man was announced departed by the specialist. Sympathies are passed on to the group of the departed man. The NSRi and Bitou Municipality are interesting to the ocean clients, washes, mariners, paddlers and boaters in Plettenberg Bay and furthermore on the Southern Cape shoreline to practice alert following this deadly occurrence," Lambinon said.

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Craig Lambinon NSRI National Sea Rescue Institute Plettenberg Bay


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