Sunday, February 24, 2008

Tiger Beach Bahamas - Emergency Evac

There's word this morning from the Coast Guard navel station in Miami that a "survivor" has been airlifted from a commercial shark diving operation at Tiger Beach in the Bahamas.

While the details are thin right now the Coast Guard have confirmed that this was indeed a shark attack. They have also characterized the situation as "very serious".

We'll keep you updated.


3 comments:

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Anonymous said...

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lauren

http://www.sharkzone.co.za

Al said...

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Director
Al Brenneka
Shark Attack Survivors