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Australia Beaches closed after possible shark attack in Victoria

11:40  11 january  2021
11:40  11 january  2021 Source:   9news.com.au

Beach manager says he's never seen so many sharks close to the coast

  Beach manager says he's never seen so many sharks close to the coast John Snook, who looks after beaches such as Scarborough and Trigg in Western Australia, says sightings of sharks close to the shore are becoming increasingly common.John Snook, who looks after beaches like Scarborough and Trigg in Perth, said sightings of sharks close to the shoreline are increasingly common.

Danger signs — beaches on the Tweed Coast remain closed after another shark was spotted in the Another shark was spotted in the area Monday morning. Tweed beaches will remain closed until at Eight new coronavirus cases in Victoria , with three deaths. Posted 46mminutes agoFriFriday 2

Dylan Nacass punched a shark twice to escape the attack , but says he wants to head back into the water as soon as he can. A French surfer has escaped with only four stitches after punching a shark during an attack at Victoria 's Bells Beach . Despite the close call, Mr Nacass said "it's normal, it's

A young child has been rushed to hospital after a suspected shark attack.

Ambulance Victoria said a child had been taken to hospital this afternoon in what is believed to be an underwater incident, but could not confirm details.

"A primary school aged child is being taken to Geelong University Hospital in what's believed to be a serious condition with lower body injuries," a statement from AV read.

"Paramedics were called about 5.50pm."

Beachgoers have been told not to enter the water at some popular tourist spots after a possible shark sighting at a Bellarine Peninsula beach in Victoria.

The advice follows a possible shark sighting at Thirteenth Beach in Barwon Heads, south-east of Geelong.

Swimmers have also been told not to enter the water at Breamlea, Connewarre, Ocean Grove and Wallington.

The warning comes as Melbourne its surrounds recorded its hottest day in 12 months today.

More to come...

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