Australian kayaker tells off being tossed into air by shark (Report)



A 15-year-year-old girl has told how she survived being tossed from a kayak by a great white shark off the Australian coast.

The 4.5-meter (15-foot) shark struck Sarah Williams’ kayak from beneath on Sunday off the coast near Normanville in South Australia state.

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She told Nine Network television on Monday the attack was “everything you picture in the ‘Jaws’ movie.”

She survived the ordeal with scratches and bruises.

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Her father Chris Williams said on Tuesday he powered toward her in a 4.2-meter (14-foot) motor boat as she clambered back on to the kayak.

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Williams says his son Mitch dragged his sister across the shark’s back somewhere between its nose and dorsal fin to get her into the boat.