Honeymoon Shark Attack

August 19, 2011 by staff 

Honeymoon Shark AttackHoneymoon Shark Attack, Shark Attack’s widow Gemma Redmond said to be haunted by “terrible” to her husband screaming. The devastated girlfriend relives the horror of the night before and said. “I hear their cries every time I close my eyes” Gemma out Ian as he lay dying on a beach in the Seychelles, saying it would be fine. But the tragic 30-year-old bled to death after the shark mangled his left arm just 20 meters from the station of Paradise, where they were on honeymoon.

Gemma a primary school teacher, 27, Nelson, Lancashire, said: “He has never screamed like that before, because he is a man so strong, so brave.” And he revealed that he had chosen to come to the Seychelles, because they were told that the waters were safe.

In an interview with emotional, Gemma recalled the moment he realized Ian was in mortal danger. She said: “Suddenly I heard, ‘Help’. At first I thought he was sneezing.

“Then I heard again. I heard,” Help “and the cry more terrible and I can still hear when I close my eyes.” Gemma said she and Ian software developer was secured by a hotel clerk had no need to fear sharks in the Seychelles. And Ian, who was killed idyllic island of Praslin Anse Lazio beach, he even laughed about the dangers of predators. She said: “I heard a man telling jokes to his wife:” Well, there are sharks and things “and asked the lady at the desk,” Are there sharks? “She said, ‘No. Seychelles waters are very, very safe.”

Gemma said two men in a boat brought Ian earth after the shark attack, in response to their cries for help.

She said: “He was conscious and he looked at me and I could see in her eyes a mixture of fear and accomplishment, relief that I had seen and that I was there.

“I reached my hand and face and shook my hand and held it to my chest and I said: ‘We’re going to be more they will look after you.” “I told him I loved him very much. I hope I did.”

Gemma spoke of his agonies as a flotilla of fishermen began crossing the waters of Indian Ocean to the predator 8 feet, backed by a navy gunboat Seychelles.

It is feared that the beast, believed to be a bull or tiger shark, also a French tourist killed two weeks ago.

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