Teenage surfer speaks out after being bit by shark in Kaneohe

A 14-year-old boy recounted the moment a shark bit his leg at North Beach on Kaneohe Marine Corp Base on Monday, May 3. Parker Blanchette said he is used to seeing sharks when he is out surfing and spearfishing, and he has also had a fascination with them.

Teenage surfer speaks out after being bit by shark in Kaneohe

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