Shark attacks swimmer near San Onofre beach, tears off part of leg

Shark attacks swimmer near San Onofre beach, tears off part of legA shark attacked a woman wading in the ocean with friends, tearing away part of her upper thigh off a popular Southern California beach, authorities and witnesses said Sunday.


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