A man in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, has died after he was bitten by a shark round midday local time on Saturday.
The man, who has not but been recognized, was swimming off the coast of Newcomb Hollow Beach when “he was bitten by what is believed to be a shark,” the Wellfleet Police Department stated in a statement posted to Facebook.
Emergency officials carried out CPR on the sufferer, in his mid-20s, in response to police. Shortly after, he was rushed to the Cape Cod Hospital by officials with Wellfleet Fire Department however succumbed to his accidents.
The Wellfleet Police Department, which is working with the National Park Service and the State Police on the case, stated it’s withholding the man’s title till he’s correctly recognized.
“Further information will be released by the District Attorney’s Office,” the police division stated.
The death follows an Aug. 15 assault on 61-year-old William Lytton, who was swimming off Long Nook Beach in Truro, additionally on Cape Cod. The neurologist struck the shark within the gills after remembering a nature documentary that stated that was the predator’s most delicate spot. His assault was the first in Massachusetts waters since 2012.
The Scarsdale, New York, native hopes to be launched quickly from the hospital and rehabilitation heart he is been in since however has yet another surgical procedure scheduled.
It was not instantly clear what kind of shark attacked the man Saturday or what his accidents entailed.
Lt. Michael Hurley of the Wellfleet Police Department was not instantly out there for extra remark when contacted by Fox News on Saturday.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.