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‘Aggressive’ shark caught on video ramming into jet skiers off Florida Panhandle

A man on a jet ski had a close encounter with an “aggressive” bull shark off the coast of southwest Florida amid a wave of shark attacks.

a Trending videos on social mediaThe photo, posted by local mortgage broker Andrew Cady, shows a slippery bull shark surrounding two jet skiers as they enjoy the crystal clear waters of Grayton Beach in Walton County, Florida.

Kady said she and her son were jet skiing together when they witnessed a bull shark hit their personal watercraft “multiple times.”

“An aggressive bull shark off Grayton Beach hit my jet ski multiple times,” he said.

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Andrew Cady captured an “aggressive” bull shark circling a jet ski multiple times off the coast of the Florida Panhandle. (Arc Media)

The video shows the bull shark swimming alongside the boat, heading straight towards it, then colliding with it and suddenly changing direction.

At the end of the video, the shark jumps out of the water.

Carcharhinus shark

Meanwhile, a bull shark was seen colliding with a jet skier. (Arc Media)

Cady said the experience was a bit “unsettling” as it came just days after three people were bitten by a shark in the same Florida county.

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“Aggressive [of] Cuddy caught the bull shark just a few days after the three attacks in one day. “Inside Edition“It literally jumped out of the water and headed towards the back of my jet ski.”

Lemon shark swimming

There have been several incidents involving humans and sharks in Florida this spring. (Joseph Prezioso/AFP via Getty Images/File)

On June 7, three beachgoers in Walton County were injured in successive shark attacks.

The Walton County Sheriff’s Office said the back-to-back attacks happened just four miles apart and within 90 minutes of each other.

“Early this afternoon we experienced two separate incidents, relatively close together, about four miles apart, within an hour and a half of each other,” said Fire Chief Ryan Crawford with the South Walton Fire Department.

Bull shark swimming underwater

Over the past decade, there were around 70-80 cases of indiscriminate shark bites each year around the world, but in 2022 there were just 57 cases. (Getty Images)

A 45-year-old woman was attacked. By shark My husband and I were swimming just beyond the sandbar.

She suffered “significant trauma to her torso and pelvic area and an amputation of her lower left arm,” Crawford said.

The South Walton Fire Department transported the victim by helicopter to a nearby trauma hospital, where officials said he was in “critical condition.”

A second shark incident at Seacrest Creek Beach left one teenage girl seriously injured and another girl injured.

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Crawford said that similar to the first attack, the victims had been swimming near a sandbar in waist-deep water before they were attacked.

“Victim 1 suffered severe injuries to one lower extremity and one upper extremity,” Crawford said. [bites] A tourniquet had to be applied.”

She was taken by helicopter to a trauma center in Pensacola, Fla., where she remains in “critical condition,” according to authorities.

Inlet Beach

A sandy path leading to the beach at Fort Pierce Inlet State Park. (Jeffrey Greenberg/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)

The second victim suffered a flash wound to the leg but was taken by ambulance in stable condition, Crawford said.

Following a series of shark attacks, Walton County has been hit by a storm for miles. Gulf of Mexico water.

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Walton County has 26 miles of beautiful beaches. Northwest Florida Panhandle along the Gulf of Mexico.

Popular beaches in Walton County include Seagrove, Rosemary, Santa Rosa, Grayton Beach State Park, Inlet Beach, Blue Mountain, and Miramar.