Mom's frantic 911 call released after Florida shark attack

Andrew Eddy, 30, was snorkeling with his family at a reef in the Florida Keys when a shark bit his shoulder and was airlifted to a Miami hospital with severe injuries.
2:06 | 09/23/20

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Now that shark attack. In the Florida Keys a thirty year old man severely. Wounded miles away from medical attention and this morning we're hearing the newly released dramatic 911 call for help. Victor K endo joins us now from Miami Beach with more on this story for its morning Victor. Good morning Robin this man's pregnant wife actually jumped into the water boat which after the attack and helped pull her husband to safety. It was a race against time to get this pay it back to shore and now we're hearing those moments as they played out. 9100. Am Argentine. Oh. Overnight the newly released desperate nine or one tolls for help. Ange you Eddie was stored living with family at a reef in the Florida Keys. When a shark clamped down on the shoulder miles away from the care of the thirty year old badly needed. Fellow who murdered people in the middle of the ocean someone has got its December cheap like hell. Police and emergency dealt with it and you play you can bring him and know that we can bring an editor for marker. Eddie's loved ones risking their lives to get him to safety his pregnant wife. Reportedly dove and the water and help all of now. Is it working at the group ended up bleeding control right now. The bleeding is somewhat control basically be held together this shoulder. The administered aid until they reach shore. And he was airlifted to a hospital in Miami it was severe injuries. Shark encounters like this one a relatively rare according to experts July to October is peak time for short activity late. Summer early fall people are still in the water a lot you know sharks here are congregate in certain areas or on the move. And so you can have. Attacks during those times. No update on this man's condition but the sheriff. Did credit everyone involved for helping save his life from his family than 91 communicators an emergency responders he said that everyone came together. George thank goodness for that OK Victor thanks very much.

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