In Florida, police officer Adrian Kosicki pulled a boy from the water moments before a shark swam up to him, Fox News reports.
Adrian Kosicki was walking along Cocoa Beach with his wife when he noticed that a shark was rapidly approaching the swimming boy in shallow water. Witnesses tried to warn the child, but events unfolded too quickly. The police officer jumped into the water and pulled the boy to the shore, and the shark swam just a meter away from them.
In the state of Florida, the largest number of shark attacks occurs in July, August, and September, when the water and air temperatures rise. More and more people come to the beach, which provokes the sharks. By the way, Cocoa Beach is in second place in the number of shark attacks in all of Florida.