Woman describes 'worst fear' of being bitten by shark on honeymoon

Sarah Carroll was swimming with sharks in the Caribbean when a nurse shark clamped down on her arm and her husband, Evan Carroll, had to help pull her to safety.
3:09 | 12/13/17

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Transcript for Woman describes 'worst fear' of being bitten by shark on honeymoon
Back now with that newlywed bitten by a shark on her honeymoon. Her husband capturing it on camera and telling "Gma" about the scary encounter and how they escaped. ABC's Eva pilgrim is here with the story. Good morning, Eva. Reporter: Good morning, Michael. The last full day of what had been an epic honeymoon in the Bahamas. The carrolls enjed the sun and water and swimming with sharks. They loved it so much they decided to do one more shark swim but this time one shark got a lot closer than planned. A romantic caribbean honeymoon ending with this terrifying shark attack. Pretty much felt like my worst fear was coming true. Reporter: Sarah and Evan Carroll were celebrating their vows deciding to swim with sharks and Evan recording the excursion. You see her swimming in the water. Her arm extends and then you can hear the shark clamp down on her arm. I thought maybe it was Evan playing a prank on me. Reporter: Very quickly she realized this was no joke. I was able to turn my head and just kind of look in the actual direction and saw that it was the shark and that's when it starred to really hurt and I just tried to break my arm down and swim away. Reporter: After getting free from the shark you see Evan help Sarah get back to the dock and out of the water. Sarah posting pictures of her arm showing the swollen teeth marks then showing it bandaged up. Bite marks are like razor cut, very clean and very sharp so made for a quick heal. Reporter: Nurse sharks are known to be easy-going, not aggressive. The couch potato of the shark world. But while nurse shark attacks are very uncommon they are not unheard of. Even though you're just swim ago long and these, you know, sharks typically don't behave that way, you can always appear like food and there's always room for misunderstanding when we're we're in their home. Luckily it was our last day and would like to try it again. Despite that the couple says this won't keep them from swimming with sharks again. They are home now from their honeymoon. Their main concern making sure her arm doesn't get infected but totally plan to do it again. What did they learn from it. I think it's the arm towards the shark that may have felt she was food. Would you do it? No, and if it happened once I definitely would not do it again. Originally they swam close to a dock so I think probably that might factor in. I took my kids swimming with sharks and it's like nurse shark, it's not a problem and always had a big fear with them. I thought I was conquering my fear but I am not going to do it again. It's their home. I'm literally afraid to go on "Shark tank." So no way I'm going to swim with sharks. That's scarier. Thank you, Eva.

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