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Shark Attack Victim Stitches His Own Wounds

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January 28, 2014
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James Grant, a 24-year-old doctor from New Zealand, not only survived a shark attack, but he also stitched up his own wounds and then went to a local tavern for a beer. (Jan. 28)


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