Fatal Shark Attack In J-Bay

A man who was swimming or snorkeling at Jeffrey’s Bay beach had died. Eye witnesses say he was bitten in two and died instantly! Witnesses say the swimmer was near the rock, and the shark was so big it was initially mistaken for two, as the distance between the tail and fin was so long! You can read more about the incident on Wavescape [here].

NSRI Release:

At approximately 11h30 (Friday, 11 October) NSRI Jeffreys Bay volunteer sea rescue duty crew were activated following reports of a shark incident at Lower Point, next to Albatros Beach, Jeffreys Bay. NSRI Jeffreys Bay volunteer sea rescue duty crew launched 2 sea rescue craft and the SA Police Services responded On arrival on-scene remains of a body, believed to be those of an adult male, have been recovered from the water and handed into the care of the Police and the Forensic Pathology Services. It appears, according to eye-witness reports, that the as yet unidentified male victim had been snorkeling at the time of the incident. Police are investigating.

Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,

No comments yet.

Leave a Reply

CCID Launches Hope For The Homeless

Tweet Giving the gift of hope to the Cape Town Central City’s homeless community amidst a ravaging pandemic and harsh […]

Harbour House Kalk Bay – Seaside Sounds

Tweet There’s even more reason to take a weekend cruise to the deep South now, with Harbour House Kalk Bay […]

Memorable Poker Scenes From Movies

Tweet Directors of movies have certainly grown fond of casinos over the years, with countless creations having a scene or […]

Falke Slide, Advanced Performance Socks

Tweet Falke South Africa, the leading technical sock brand in SA, has released a new seasonal colour palette, in the […]

UFC 249 – Ferguson vs Gaethje

Tweet This weekend’s UFC 249 event represents more than one of the most stacked mixed martial arts cards of all […]

Pick n Pay Special Pensioners Shopping Hour

Tweet Pick n Pay has announced a special pensioners hour for shopping every Wednesday from 7am – 8am for those […]