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A young girl killed by a suspected great white shark on New Zealand’s Waihi Beach was swept into deeper waters by a powerful current just before she was attacked.

Kaelah Marlow from Hamilton on the North Island was chosen as the victim of a deadly shark attack that occurred on Thursday.

He was swimming with a group of friends at the popular tourist beach 153 kilometers southeast of Auckland when the rip grabbed him and took him to deeper waters.

Eyewitness Amanda Gould was swimming with her husband and two young boys in waist-deep water about 5m away from Kaelah when she saw her being dragged out to sea in the current.

“He left all his friends and retreated far beyond the surfers’ seat,” he said.

The young man was so far away that he was obviously in danger, and Ms. Gould said that no one saw him waving, but heard a scream.

Kaelah Marlow Age

19-year-old

Kaelah Marlow Died (Shark Attack)

Volunteer lifeguards on duty rushed to his aid with an inflatable boat and were only 10 meters from the shark when it attacked, NewsHub reported.

Ms. Gould said the choppy waters delayed the lifeguards and pushed their boats back towards the shore every time they tried to push them out.

At first She thought she saw someone else in the water near Kaelah — but the lifeguard said no to her — it was the shark.

‘That’s why I was watching the shark fin go around, not another person,’ Ms Gould told NZ news site Stuff.

Waihi Beach on the Bay of Plenty, NZ, pictured on Friday, the day after Kaelah was killed
Waihi Beach on the Bay of Plenty, NZ, pictured on Friday, the day after Kaelah was killed

Volunteer lifeguards on duty rushed to his aid with an inflatable boat and were only 10 meters from the shark when it attacked, NewsHub reported.

Ms. Gould said the choppy waters delayed the lifeguards and pushed their boats back towards the shore every time they tried to push them out.

At first She thought she saw someone else in the water near Kaelah — but the lifeguard said no to her — it was the shark.

‘That’s why I was watching the shark fin go around, not another person,’ Ms Gould told NZ news site Stuff.

I did not see blood … he was alive and when they reached the shore. They immediately started CPR. ‘

Ms. Gould said there was chaos as people panicked while running from the water.

Kaelah was brought to the beach with bite wounds in his legs.

The lifeguards tried to resurrect him in the sand for half an hour, and soon a doctor, paramedics and an emergency helicopter joined the vacation.

Tragically, the teenager died at the scene

The distraught surf lifeguards who witnessed the attack withdrew for advice.

 

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