BREAKING NEWS Out Of New York… Someone HUGE Just DIED

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Rohina Bhandari, 49, who lived in New York City, suffered fatal bites to both her legs while diving in Costa Rica.

Rohina Bhandari, 49, who lived in New York City, suffered fatal bites to both her legs while diving in Costa Rica. (Photo-Fox News)

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A 49-year-old Wall Street ‘big wig” was tragically killed by a tiger shark while diving with a group off a Costa Rican island, according to officials.

Rohina Bhandari, 49, a private equity manager who lived in the Upper East Side, suffered fatal bites to both her legs Thursday while off diving with a group near Cocos Island, a national park about 300 miles off the Costa Rican mainland, the environment ministry said in a statement.

Bhandari was a senior director at WL Ross & Co. LL, a firm founded by Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, and often attended New York City charity events, according to New York Post.

Her tragic death came as a shock to her friends.

Tiger sharks are predators that are often found around Pacific islands.

According to a report in the local La Nacion, it was the group’s diving guide that noticed the shark approaching underwater and tried to scare it away.

But as they surfaced, the shark swam directly at Bhandari and began biting her legs.

The guide tried to assist, and also got bitten, according to the report.

A group of doctors, also diving in the area, ended up declaring the woman dead at the scene

The injured guide was taken to a hospital, where he was in stable condition and conscious.

So young.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to her family and friends.

God Bless.

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