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By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Gina Hoarau
A 15-year-old French girl was killed Monday afternoon after a shark bit her in half while swimming off the Indian Ocean island of Reunion, the fifth person to be killed by sharks on the island since 2011.
"The conditions of this attack are very surprising. We didn't think a shark could come so close to the shore,'' said Ms. Hoarau.
The teenager's body was sliced in two at the torso, and then "a part of her body was taken away by the shark", said Gina Hoarau, the head of public safety on the island, AFP reported.