McKinsey contacted the Center for Coastal Studies (CCS), who advised that the best thing to do would be to drag the shark out to sea. As the kind-hearted rescuers were preparing to move her, however, an unusual new problem arose.
"By the time we got everything sorted, the animal had regurgitated her stomach, which is apparently a natural stress reaction," said McKinsey. "[CCS] told me, 'If you could ease the stomach back into the mouth, that would be good.' Well, that sounded pretty dangerous to do by hand, so a cane was employed."