SAN ONOFRE -- Two California state beaches -- San Onofre and San Clemente -- remain closed until Wednesday in the wake of a shark attack, CBS Los Angeles reports.
Leeanne Ericson was swimming with friends in San Onofre State Beach West of Camp Pendleton Saturday whenGoFundMe page that says it's raising money for her medical fund.according to a
The page says that Ericson, a single mother of three young kids, is now fighting for her life at Scripps Memorial Hospital, in La Jolla.
Her injury was likely caused by a great white or a seven-gill shark, said Chris Lowe, director of the Shark Lab at California State University, Long Beach.
According to some witnesses, Ericson was wearing a wetsuit and fins near her boyfriend, who was on a board, when the shark bit her.
A few weeks ago, Surfline cameras caught two separate incidents of what appeared to be great white sharks breaching off San Onofre State Beach.
Nearly a year ago, a shark bit a woman while she was swimming off Corona del Mar, about 25 miles to the north of Saturday's attack.