Shark bite victim says she'll be back to The Bahamas

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September 27, 2018

 

AN American woman bitten by a shark in Abaco on Sunday says she plans to return to The Bahamas in just “a few days” and will go spearfishing again.
Maggie Ewing, 31, of Massachusetts, was spearfishing in the water just off Treasure Cay when a black-tip reef shark bit her hand. She was subsequently airlifted to Memorial Regional Hospital in Hollywood, Florida, where doctors found “traumatic lacerations” to her fingers and a shark tooth lodged in one...

AN American woman bitten by a shark in Abaco on Sunday says she plans to return to The Bahamas in just “a few days” and will go spearfishing again.

Maggie Ewing, 31, of Massachusetts, was spearfishing in the water just off Treasure Cay when a black-tip reef shark bit her hand. She was subsequently airlifted to Memorial Regional Hospital in Hollywood, Florida, where doctors found “traumatic lacerations” to her fingers and a shark tooth lodged in one...

 

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News date : 09/27/2018    Category : Accident/Emergency, Animals/Pets, Tribune Stories

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