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MAN TREATED FOR MINOR INJURIES FOLLOWING CENTRAL COAST SHARK BITE

A 68-year-old man is recovering in hospital, after he was bitten on the foot by a Wobbegong shark on the Central Coast.

The Entrance and North Entrance Beaches remain closed following the incident, which happened at around 11 o’clock this morning.

It’s understood the man stepped on the shark near The Entrance Surf Club.

He was taken to Wyong Hospital suffering minor injuries.

Beaches are expected to reopen around 11 o’clock on Sunday morning.

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