Australian man escapes crocodile attack by removing jawbone

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Rescue workers say an Australian crocodile has escaped an attack after a jawbone was removed in northern Australia on Thursday. A 44-year-old man was bitten by a snake while bathing in a park near the tourist city of Keynes in Queensland.

«Suddenly he felt something hug over his head and he realized it was a crocodileSaid Paul Sweeney, who works for the Queensland Rescue. “He placed his hands on the jawbone (crocodile) to free the head, and in doing so, closed the chin with the left index finger.Paul Sweeney explained that he was forced to swim long distances to reach the shore for fear of being caught by the animal.Wonderfully calmSat down.

The 40-year-old suffered head, face, shoulder and arm injuries. He was taken to a hospital in Keynes. Hope to get well. “He was very luckySalon Paul Sweeney.

Although there are many saltwater crocodiles in the area, attacks are relatively rare. “He is a handsome man who said he would swim soon. So a braver man than meThe paramedic joked.

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