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The three meter long shark kills surfer in the australian coastal town

A surfer has lost his life after he was attacked by a three meter long shark in the australian state of New South Wales.

It writes the Sydney Morning Herald.

The male surfer lost according to the australian media his leg during the attack on Sunday outside the coastal town of Kingscliff.

More surfers on the beach came the man to the rescue and helped him then in the country, reports the police.

An ambulance was sent to the site, but the man's life was not to save.

- He received acute care for the serious injury to the leg, but died on the spot, writes the police in a statement.

the Victim is assumed to be a 60-year-old man from the state of Queensland. However, this is not finally confirmed.

Since the accident has the beach been closed, and will be, a minimum of 24 hours ahead, writes the Sydney Morning Herald.

According to the AFP news agency is the Sunday shark attacks the third deaths in Australia this year.

Last year, 27 people attacked by sharks in the country, but no one was killed.

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