Steven Robles had a terrifying encounter with a 7-foot great white shark recently while swimming in Manhattan Beach, California.
The animal became agitated by a fisherman's hook, and chomped into Robles torso as he swam nearby.
"My life was just a half a second from ending, and I had to fight for my life," he told CNN's Michaela Pereira.
While Robles is now recovering from the wounds, he's traumatized and says he might never return to the open water.
But how likely is it that YOU'LL be attacked by a shark?
However, Wojcik said that just because there are sharks out there doesn't mean you should panic.
There's a 1 in 3.7 million chance you'll be attacked by a shark in America.
That means you are more likely to be killed by a cow (~20 people a year are killed by cows), or even by falling out of bed (~450 people a year die by falling out of bed).
And – fun fact: If you're a soccer fan, players have a higher chance of being bitten by Uruguay's Luis Suarez than you do of being bitten by a shark (1 in 2,000 vs 1 in 3.7 million).
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In today's edition of the "Good Stuff," a Wisconsin business owner turns tragedy into inspiration. CNN's Michaela Pereira reports.
After a fire destroyed the Platteville Culver's Restaurant last November, employees didn't know what would happen to them.
The insurance only covered the payroll for 60 days.
So owner Bruce Kroll kicked in the money to keep the checks flowing for an additional four months until the restaurant reopened.
"To me not only was it the right thing to do, it made business sense to do it," Kroll said.
Kroll paid the remaining amount, almost $144,000 out of his own pocket.
His generosity came with one request: give back to the community.
See how the employees complied at CNN affiliate WISC, and if you have #GoodStuff news, let us know!
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