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Gracetown shark attack victim 'took survival in own hands'

Brisbane Times Monday, 16 April 2018
Gracetown shark attack victim 'took survival in own hands'An eyewitness to Monday’s shark attack off Gracetown in WA’s South West has described how a pack of surfers paddled out to rescue one of their own.
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News video: Shark Attack Victim Airlifted From Western Australia Beach

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Two surfers were bitten by sharks near Gracetown in Western Australia on April 16. The first attack was at Cobblestones, the ABC said, where a surfer was bitten on the legs, suffering “significant injuries.”The later attack was at Lefthanders Beach, seen in this video. The ABC said the...

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