A huge great white shark killed a surfer in Australia, triggering an armed police chase.
The shark killed the surfer in the waters near the salt flats of New South Wales. It is said to be about 3.5 meters long.
The victim was named Rob Pedretti. He is 60 years old and died due to the injuries after the attack.
Consideration of the prime report of the attack on June 7, the police tried to scare the shark.
When the police flew a kitchen knife overhead, Dabai was not phased, so they took a motorboat and boat to the water.
As per the exploration of a report by Australia Nine News, the shark stayed in the area for half an hour before entering deeper water.
The police were given the power to kill the shark. Because the shark must be repelled by other riders, and it was nearby for several hours after the attack.
Anyway, the shark was not killed. They attempted to kill after several hours of surveillance and finally left the area. Never seen again since then, the police did not intend to kill the shark.
Two surfers were able to take back Pedretti to shore after he was bitten. He was still awake at that time and later died of injuries.
New South Wales ambulance inspector Terence Savage explored that the medical staff at the scene “did every effort to save his life”, but unfortunately failed to do.
This attack the third fatal attack in Australian waters this year.
The salt flats and other beaches in the area will remain closed for 24 hours.
In this difficult time, our idea is to be with Rob’s friends and family