"All I could really focus on was the fact that my finger is gone. It clamped on it and it felt like it was shredding off the bone. I came up and I was like, 'I've lost my finger.' I couldn't even look at the finger because I thought if I looked at it and saw it again, I'd probably go into shock," Brunning told 7 news Sydney.
Not only did the shark bite down, it also pulled her into the water, which Sky News said was infested with saltwater crocodiles.