A 23-year-old man died Monday after being bitten by a shark near the Great Barrier Reef.

Hajangrebet happened on the night of Monday in an accident at work

the Man was tried dealt after the attack, but his life was not to save.

the City’s mayor has on Twitter sent his condolences to the relatives, it writes CNN.

The deceased man worked for the Queensland Park and Wildlife Service (QPWS)

One of their main tasks is to protect the Great Barrier Reef from pollution and naturtrusler.

It was precisely in this work, since him and his colleagues were on their way back to their boat, that the man was bitten and got life-threatening injury on his leg, hand and elbow.

He was treated by a doctor and several paramedics on board the boat, before he was transported to Gladstone Hospital – but his life was not to save.

the City’s mayor has expressed his condolences on Twitter after the horrible incident.

‘My greatest condolences go out to family, friends and colleagues of the 23-year-old man, who lost his life in a terrible shark attack off the coast of Queensland in the course of the night,’ she writes.

the Accident is the third recorded shark attack in the area since the 30. december of last year.

In the two other cases was a nine-year-old girl and a 30-year-old man bitten in the leg. Both survived thankfully.