A 17-year-old boy lost his life when he Saturday, was attacked by a shark while he was surfing at the australian east coast.
It informs the local police according to the news agency dpa.
Witnesses have explained to the police that the shark attacked the boy Saturday afternoon when he was surfing out for Wooli Beach, which lies some 600 kilometres north of Sydney.
Several surfers so hajangrebet and tried to help the boy, who sustained serious injuries during the attack.
we managed to get recovered the teenager up on the beach, where he received first aid.
He was given first aid for serious injuries on the legs, but, despite cpr and attempts to resuscitate him dead the 17-year-old on the spot, says in a notice from the local police.
After the accident is all the surrounding beaches have been closed, while the police and other authorities are investigating the matter.
It is the fifth fatal shark attacks in years, and a further three people have been badly injured in shark attacks in Australia in 2020.
on average lose just one person's life in shark attacks in Australia every year. In 2019, there was not registered a single fatal shark attacks.
last week, missed a 36-year-old man's life, when a shark attacked him while he was on undervandsjagt out for Fraser Island.
In June lost a 60-year-old surfer life as a three metre long hvidhaj attack him at Kingscliff - 800 kilometres north of Sydney.
In april, a 23-year-old parkinspektør killed in a shark attacks off the Great Barrier Reef, and in January, a 57-year-old diver killed when he was attacked by a shark in western australia. His body was never found.