Girl gets eaten by killer shark in front of friends, heartbreaking incident

Perth: A 16-year-old girl died after being attacked by a shark while swimming in a river in Western Australia.

According to foreign media reports, Stella Berry, a 16-year-old student of Shenton College, was killed by a shark attack in the Swan River in southern Australia.

Stella Berry was not alive when she was pulled from the river near North Fremantle on Saturday, authorities believe the girl was attacked by a bull shark.

According to the Daily Mail, the girl was relaxing on a rope swing with friends in the Swan River in North Fremantle on Saturday afternoon when she spotted a pod of dolphins and jumped into the water after them.

Officials say that after some time her friends and others saw that a shark had crushed the girl’s leg in its teeth. It could not be done.

Police described the incident as a “heartbreaking accident”. Stella’s heartbroken parents said she regularly spent days on the river with friends, “We are deeply shocked by the loss of our beautiful daughter.”

Experts have warned citizens that unusual shark species may be present in this stretch of the river, so exercise caution.

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