Crocodile attack: ‘I was beating on its snout’on June 18, 2021 at 12:39 pm

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Georgia Laurie speaks to the BBC about how she fought off the crocodile attacking her twin sister.

The twin sister of a British woman who was attacked by a crocodile in a Mexican lagoon earlier this month has spoken to the BBC about their ordeal.

The 28-year-old twins were swimming when Melissa Laurie was dragged underwater by the reptile.

Her sister, Georgia, fought off the crocodile by repeatedly punching it in the face.

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