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Emergency officials: Juvenile transported to the hospital after shark bite on Isle of Palms

A juvenile was bit by a shark on the Isle of Palms Monday afternoon. (Source: Live 5 News) A juvenile was bit by a shark on the Isle of Palms Monday afternoon. (Source: Live 5 News)
ISLE OF PALMS, SC (WCSC) -

A juvenile was bit by a shark on the Isle of Palms Monday afternoon.

Emergency officials with Charleston County say the patient suffered serious injuries. 

According to the Isle of Palms Police Department, the juvenile was transported to East Cooper Medical Center. 

Dispatch officials say crews with Charleston County EMS and IOP fire also responded to the incident which was in the area of Palm Boulevard and 30th Avenue. 

A call for the incident came in at 4:26 p.m.

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