The young mother who was killed on Sunday at Plettenberg Bay’s Central Beach by a SHARK has been recognized and is being remembered as a kind soul.
THE DEVASTATING SHARK ATTACK TOOK PLACE SUNDAY MORNING
Kimon “Kiki” Bisogno, 38, was swimming toward the Beacon Isle Hotel when she was attacked and killed by a shark. People began to yell as her husband and infant were reportedly waiting for her on the beach with friends.
In response to reports of a fatal shark attack at Central Beach, the local NSRI and South African Police Service (SAPS) were activated at 7:53, according to National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) spokesperson Craig Lambinon.
HER HUSBAND AND INFANT WERE WAITING FOR HER AT THE BEACH
“The marine rescue vessel Eric Stratford took off. The body of a woman from Cape Town, who was thought to be 39, was pulled from the ocean upon arrival and taken to the beach.
The body is being cared for by the Western Cape Government Health Forensic Pathology Services, and the police have filed an inquest docket.
EVERY BEACH CLOSED RIGHT AWAY ON SUNDAY
The Bitou Municipality blocked all beaches on Sunday. Along the Southern Cape and Plettenberg Bay coastline, the general public is asked to exercise caution.
Kimon, often known as Kiki, received several tributes, with friends and family members praising her for having a beautiful soul. Kiki is the creator of “Obs Pasta Kitchen” and “Kiki Toga.”