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On Sunday afternoon, a shark bit a man on a beach in Volusia County. Volusia County Beach Safety officials say the man was bitten in the foot just before noon on New Smyrna Beach. A 28-year-old Daytona Beach man fell off his surfboard while surfing next to the New Smyrna Jetty, beach officials say. He was then bitten in his left foot. He suffered minor injuries and his friend took him to hospital. This is Volusia County’s third shark bite of the year. There were two shark bites in March. Volusia County Beach Safety also says they rescued 38 people from the ocean on Sunday.

On Sunday afternoon, a shark bit a man on a beach in Volusia County.

Volusia County Beach Safety officials say the man was bitten in the foot just before noon on New Smyrna Beach.

A 28-year-old Daytona Beach man fell off his surfboard while surfing next to the New Smyrna Jetty, beach officials say.

He was then bitten in his left foot.

He suffered minor injuries and his friend took him to hospital.

This is Volusia County’s third shark bite of the year.

There were two shark bites in March.

Volusia County Beach Safety also says they rescued 38 people from the ocean on Sunday.

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