The household got down to discover the marine lifetime of the Sombrero Reef within the Florida Keys, the 125-mile-long chain of islands that begins simply south of Miami.
With a number of different individuals from close by boats already swimming within the water, 30-year-old Andrew Eddy did not hesitate to leap in. Virtually instantly after coming into the water, a shark — described by witnesses as an 8- to 10-foot bull shark — slammed into Eddy and latched onto his shoulder, in keeping with witnesses.
Dukes-Eddy, watching from the boat, instantly sprang into motion.
As Deputy Christopher Aguanno wrote in his report for the Monroe County Sheriff’s Workplace, she “noticed the shark’s dorsal fin after which blood filling the water,” and “with out hesitation, dove into the water and pulled Eddy to the protection of the boat.”
Dukes-Eddy has not responded to a request for remark.
There was nobody “fishing or chumming” the water the place the group was snorkeling and there have been no different reported accidents, Aguanno confirmed.