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US California woman hospitalized after suspected shark bite off Hawaii beach

01:05  28 november  2020
01:05  28 november  2020 Source:   cnn.com

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A 51-year-old woman from California was attacked over the weekend by a shark off Makena Landing Beach Park on Maui. The shark was estimated to be between 10 and 12 feet long. Fire Services Chief Lee Mainaga says the woman suffered puncture wounds to her right inner thigh and lacerations

Lifeguards of Hawaii 's Oahu island say they rescue a woman after thatappeared to be a shark bit her arm and shoulder at a papular surfing beach . The woman was hospitalized . Experts will examine her wounds to confirms it was a shark .

Shark warning signs went up along a beach in Maui, Hawaii, Friday after a woman was potentially bitten on Thanksgiving Day.

map: The incident took place about 100 yards off shore from the Mahina Surf Condominiums in Lahaina, West Maui. © Google Maps The incident took place about 100 yards off shore from the Mahina Surf Condominiums in Lahaina, West Maui.

"A companion nearby saw a fin in the water and reported the woman was bitten by a shark," the state's Department of Land and Natural Resources said in a statement.

The 35-year-old visitor from California, who has not been named, had "severe trauma from what was believed to be a shark bite," according to the Maui County Fire Department, which was dispatched for a possible drowning.

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A woman survived being bitten by a shark while kayaking with her husband in Hawaii . Hawaii couple recounts terrifying shark attack. "The shark hit the kayak, tipped it over and chomped into my The two part-time Hawaii residents, who also call Glendale, California , home, have "never seen a

The woman was swimming about 100 yards off shore from the Mahina Surf Condominiums in Lahaina in West Maui when the incident occurred. She was rescued and taken to the hospital Thursday afternoon.

Safety patrols are monitoring the area around Honokowai Beach Park in West Maui, and swimmers and surfers were warned to stay out of the water there.

So far this year, there have been three confirmed shark incidents in Hawaii, according to the state, one of which was in Maui. Last year there were 14 confirmed incidents.

The chances of being bitten by a shark are less than one in a million, according to the Department of Land and Natural Resources.

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Fishermen generally cut the fin, which is very popular in Asian markets, before throwing the mutilated animal back into the water © Pixabay A shark at sea, illustration ILLEGAL TRADE - Fishermen generally cut the fin, which is very popular in Asian markets, before throwing the mutilated animal back into the water The Colombia will completely ban shark fishing to curb the trade in fins of this animal, which is prized on the Asian market.

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