Teens dies after shark attack off West Australia

Posted April 18, 2017

She was attacked around 4pm local time off a beach at Esperance in WA's south, around 720km from Perth, while surfing with her father.

The 17-year-old was surfing near Wylie Bay, close to the Aussie city of Esperance. Paramedics treated her on the beach, according to ABC Australia, but she died at a hospital with Yahoo 7 reporting that she had suffered massive injuries to one of her legs. She was later pronounced dead at the hospital.

There were two fatal attacks in Western Australia past year and shark activity had been reported in the area recently.

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When the girl - from Mandurah, 375 miles to the west - was pulled from the water, she'd already lost a lot of blood.

Sharks are common in Australian waters, but fatal shark attacks have been rare over the past few decades.

Authorities have also since closed Wylie Bay until further notice and have advised people not to enter the water for the next 48 hours.

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Police have not said what type of shark was responsible but are being helped in their investigation by the department of fisheries.

He lost his right hand and left arm in the attack.

A medium great white shark was seen 150 metres off shore on Tuesday in Two Mile Beach in Hopetoun.

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