'I could see bone': Shark victim's rescuer speaks after grisly attack
A scream had pierced the air on an otherwise calm day - a swimmer had been attacked by a shark less than 100 metres from the Californian.
Without hesitating, the solar engineer rushed to shore to grab a spare soft board and headed back into the water to help the man.
Braddock was one of three "good Samaritans" credited with saving Steve Bruemmer, a retired IT specialist, at Lovers Point Beach, in Monterey Bay yesterday morning.
Ocean Grove Police Department confirmed they responded to reports of a shark attack around 10.30am local time and found a male swimmer with "significant injuries".
Bruemmer was transported to Natividad Hospital by American Medical Response.
He reportedly sustained a broken leg in the attack as well as severe wounds to his stomach, shoulder and …
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