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>> Fernandina Beach in northern Florida, has reopened after a rare double shark attack. 30 year old Dustin Theobald was one of the victims.>> I touched its head, I could feel it was rough skin. It wasn't like a fish skin, Ii was certain skin, is got a rough edge.
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>> Theobald says, he was in the water, watching his eight year old son surf when he saw the shark and tried to kick it away. He was bitten on his right foot.>> I knew it was open, soon as I took my first step, I could tell that the bottom of my foot was open.
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>> Officials say, the second victim was a 17 year-old who was also bitten on the foot while wading in shallow water about a mile away. That attack happened about three minutes after the first. It's not clear whether the same shark was responsible.>> Just one of those once in a million things.
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They can happen to anybody.>> Shark attacks are common in Florida. Dozens are reported in the state each year. But they usually happen in waters off the southern Atlantic beaches and are rare in the northern part of the state, where Fernandina Beach is located.