Swimming CASE: GSAF 2006.04.09.a DATE: Sunday April 9, 2006

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Swimming CASE: GSAF 2006.04.09.a DATE: Sunday April 9, 2006
ACTIVITY: Swimming
CASE: GSAF 2006.04.09.a
DATE: Sunday April 9, 2006
LOCATION: The incident took place in the
South Atlantic Ocean at Piedade Beach, Recife,
Pernambuco, Brazil.
8.1°S, 34.8°W
BACKGROUND
WEATHER: Scattered clouds, air temperature
82ºF, dew point 76ºF, humidity 84%, east wind
at five to 10 knots, barometric pressure was
29.83 inches [1010 hPa].
MOON PHASE: Waxing Gibbous, 85% of the
moon was illuminated.
ENVIRONMENT: The contract was not renewed
with the government of the state and the Sinuelo
boat did not leave to capture sharks in the two
last weeks. The day after this incident, the
Pernambuco government announced it was
José Ivair Pereira
releasing R$435,000 for research and education
coordinated by the State Committee of Monitoramento de Incidentes de Tubarões [sharks],
including the installation of shark nets. The projects had been halted two weeks earlier due
to lack of resources.
DEPTH OF WATER: Less than waist-deep
TIME: Late afternoon
NARRATIVE: José Ivair Pereira spent the afternoon with five friends at the beach. At the
end of the day he went back into the water to wash sand off his body and was bitten by a
shark.
INJURY: His left calf was bitten, but the bite did not extend to the bone. He also sustained a
less serious injury to his left heel.
TREATMENT: He was treated at Getúlio Hospital Vargas. Hospital spokesman, Raymond
Monteiro, reported he underwent three hours of vascular surgery and was expected to fully
recover.
SPECIES: It was thought that the incident involved a small tiger shark.
SOURCES: JC Online, April 11, 2006 (See pages 3 & 4)
http://www.pernambuco.com/diario/2006/04/10/index.shtml
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Alexandro Auler / JC Imagem
NAME: José Ivair Pereira
DESCRIPTION: He is a 35-year-old male, a
truck driver from Santa Catarina.
Weather at Recife, April 9, 2006
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Vítima de ataque tem quadro de saúde estável após cirurgia
O caminhoneiro catarinense José Ivair Pereira, de 35 anos, que sofreu um ataque de tubarão no
último domingo, em Piedade, em Jaboatão dos Guararapes, Grande Recife, recupera-se bem da
cirurgia realizada logo após o acidente, no Hospital Getúlio Vargas (HGV), na Zona Oeste da
capital pernambucana. Ele passou cerca de três horas na mesa de operação e foi submetido a
procedimentos para religamento das artérias e músculos dilacerados em conseqüência da
mordida. Mesmo com o quadro de saúde estável, os médicos só pretendem dar alta ao paciente
em uma semana.
Segundo o chefe interino da emergência do HGV, Raimundo Monteiro, a área mais prejudicada
foi a panturrilha esquerda do caminhoneiro. O tubarão também atingiu o calcanhar e parte do pé
esquerdo, porém com menos gravidade. “Apesar de ele ter sofrido uma mordida relativamente
grande, não houve lesão nos ossos, o que facilita a recuperação do paciente. Também tivemos
que religar músculos e ligamentos”.
Os médicos ainda não sabem se o acidente comprometerá os movimentos da perna esquerda de
José Ivair. De acordo com Raimundo Monteiro, ainda há risco de infecção hospitalar. “Por hora,
ele permanece na sala de recuperação isolado do contato com outros pacientes. Se tudo correr
bem, em 48 horas, será transferido para a sala de observação”.
José Ivair passou a tarde de domingo com cinco amigos, tomando banho de mar, em frente à
Igreja de Piedade, área de mar aberto. No fim do dia, quando os colegas já se preparavam para ir
embora, o caminhoneiro entrou novamente no mar para tirar a areia do corpo e foi atacado.
LAGES – Na cidade onde o caminhoneiro reside, em Santa Catarina, a família espera com
ansiedade o seu retorno. Os parentes estão preocupados com a saúde da vítima de ataque de
tubarão. A mulher de José Ivair, Simone de Fátima Pereira, conversou rapidamente com ele,
ontem de manhã, e disse que pretende viajar para acompanhar a recuperação.
“Ele está fora de casa há 30 dias e só vou ficar tranqüila quando encontrá-lo”. Ela ficou sabendo
do ataque por meio de um telefonema dado pelo amigos de Pereira que estavam com ela na
praia.
Attack victim in stable health condition after surgery
The Santa Catarina trucker José Ivair Pereira, 35, who suffered a shark attack last Sunday, in
Piedade in Jaboatão Guararapes, Greater Recife, is recovering well from surgery performed
shortly after the accident, the Hospital Getúlio Vargas (HGV ), in the West Zone of Recife. He
spent about three hours on the operating table and underwent procedures for reclosing of arteries
and muscles torn apart as a result of the bite. Even with stable health condition, doctors only want
to discharge the patient in a week.
According to the acting head of the emergency HGV, Raimundo Monteiro, the most affected area
was the left calf of the trucker. The shark also hit the heel of the left foot and, but with less
severity. "Although he has suffered a relatively large bite, no damage to bone, which facilitates
recovery of the patient. We also had to rewire muscles and ligaments. "
Doctors do not yet know if the accident undermine the left leg movements of Joseph Ivair.
According to Raimundo Monteiro, there is still risk of hospital infection. "For now, he remains in the
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recovery room isolated from contact with other patients. If all goes well, within 48 hours, will be
transferred to the observation room. "
José Ivair spent Sunday afternoon with five friends, taking a swim in front of the Church of Mercy,
open water area. At the end of the day, when colleagues already were preparing to leave, the
truck went back into the sea to take the sand of the body and was attacked.
LAGES - In the city where the truck driver resides in Santa Catarina, the family is looking forward
to his return. The relatives are concerned about the health of shark attack victim. The wife of
Joseph Ivair, Simone de Fatima Pereira, spoke briefly with him yesterday morning, and said she
plans to travel to monitor the recovery.
"He's away from home for 30 days and I'll just stay quiet when you find it." She learned of the
attack through a call by friends of Pereira who were with her on the beach.
SOURCE: JC Online, April 11, 2006
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reproduced in any form without written permission of the Global Shark Accident File.

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