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Simon Nellist’s Reddit video history, Sydney shark victim named

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Simon Nellist’s Reddit video history, Sydney shark victim named A 35-year-old British man was killed in Sydney’s first fatal shark attack in over six decades. A friend has confirmed that Simon Nelister was slain in the incident on Wednesday. The victim has not been formally recognized, and his family has not commented. Follow For More Updates at Rapiddnews.com

Simon Nellist's Reddit video history, Sydney shark victim named
Simon Nellist’s Reddit video history, Sydney shark victim named

Following Wednesday’s assault, Australian police are still searching for great white sharks, with swimmers restricted from the water and the majority of city beaches closed. Mr. Nelister, an instructor in scuba diving, was bitten by a great white shark near Little Bay in eastern Sydney.

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According to Shaimaa Khalil, the Sydney correspondent for the BBC, he is a member of the city’s Scuba Diving Social Club and a frequent beachgoer. A Foreign Office spokesperson stated that embassy personnel was in contact with the NSW Police. The representative stated, “We support British families, and our thoughts are with them during this difficult time.”

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Because Sydney has long put fishing nets and other deterrents in its waters, shark attacks are unusual. Thursday, surf rescuers on jet skis combed the 25 kilometers of water from Bondi in the city’s east to Cronulla in the south in search of sharks. Additionally, authorities utilized helicopters and drones.

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The state government’s shark experts believed that the predator was a great white shark “at least ten feet long” based on public camera footage of the occurrence. Multiple witnesses at the site described a fierce and furious assault. “[The individual] was swimming when a shark attacked them from above,” Chris Linto told Nine News.

We heard a scream and turned around to see what appeared to be a car falling into the ocean, followed by a shark. When he watched swimmers becoming submerged, one man described how he fished on rocks Simon Nellist.

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