July 2, 2022

Morro Bay boogie guest killed in clear shark assault

A boogie guest passed on Friday later an assumed shark assault close to Morro Bay, California State Parks authorities said.

The man was pulled from the water experiencing a clear shark assault, the Morro Bay Police Department said in a delivery. He was articulated dead at 10:48 a.m.

State parks posted shark cautioning signs at all sea shores inside one mile of the occurrence. Beachgoers were encouraged to try not to enter the water for 72 hours.

The man was assaulted around 100 yards seaward in the water at Morro Strand State Beach

The man’s personality wasn’t promptly delivered. The San Luis Obispo County coroner’s office was examining the demise and advising closest relative.

Whenever affirmed as a shark assault, the occurrence would be the fourth this year in California — the first with deadly wounds. A surfer endure a white shark assault in October on the Sonoma County coast at Salmon Creek Beach, experiencing significant injuries to his leg.

In June, a San Francisco man made due subsequent to being nibbled by a shark while swimming in Gray Whale Cove off the San Mateo County coast.

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