She is the fifth shark victim on Reunion Island since French gendarmes talk to the wife C of a 36 year-old French surfer attacked and killed by a shark on May 8, on the beach of Saint-Gilles, on the western coast of the Reunion island. The victim was on honeymoon and his wife was standing on the beach when the shark attacked, about fifty meters away from the shore. The girl, who was named only as "Sarah" by French media, was swimming with another girl her age when the attack - just metres from a popular restaurant - happened. We didn't think a shark could come so close to the shore,'' said Ms Hoarau.
French woman loses both hands after shark attack in Polynesia: reports
French woman has both her hands ripped off in shark attack | Daily Mail Online
By Peter Allen for MailOnline. The year-old, who lives on the French mainland, was less than 15 feet five metres from the shore of the island of Reunion, located off the coast of Madagascar, when the savage attack took place. Her terrified sister was among those who saw the girl schoolgirl disappear under the water at around 3pm today. Paradise island: The girl was attacked as she swam off a beach on the island of Reunion, in the Indian Ocean. She would have died instantly. In May a French honeymooner was attacked and killed by a shark while he was surfing not far from the beach on Reunion, which is in the Indian Ocean.
French woman has both her hands ripped off in shark attack
Fox News Flash top headlines for Oct. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews. The oceanic whitetip as been described as Jacques Cousteau as "the most dangerous of sharks. Firefighter Jean-Jacques Riveta told AFP there were two nurses who happened to be at the scene and administered first aid.
By Ebony Bowden. October 22, pm Updated October 22, pm. A French woman lost both her hands and one breast when a shark attacked her while she was whale-watching off an island in Polynesia on Monday, according to reports. The woman was airlifted to the nearby island of Tahiti, 11 miles away, where she is recovering in the hospital in a stable condition.