A shark bite has been reported in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.
A man in his 60s was bitten on the right elbow by a shark while he was wading in knee-deep water September 11.
The unidentified man was losing a large amount of blood, but was able to exit the water under his own power.
Once out of the water, he alerted a man and woman who contacted emergency responders. He estimated the shark to be around 3- to 4-feet long.
St. Johns County Fire and Rescue responded around 3:30 p.m. and transported the man to a local hospital.
There have been a total of sixty-three shark attacks bites in 2016. Six of which were fatal. Twenty-nine reported in the US, with nineteen occurring in Florida. Eleven have occurred in Australia, three of which were fatal.