Sunday, December 3, 2017

Wall Street big Rohina Bhandari killed by shark while diving in Costa Rica

This is crazy. 
A lot of folks do this dive on vacation in Costa Rica.  But, one never knows when their time is up and the manner in which they go. 

NY Post reports a 49-year-old Wall Street private equity manager was killed by a tiger shark while diving with a group off a Costa Rican island, according to officials.

Rohina Bhandari, 49, who lived in the Upper East Side, suffered fatal bites to both her legs Thursday while off diving with a group near Cocos Island, a national park about 300 miles off the Costa Rican mainland, the environment ministry said in a statement.

Bhandari was a senior director at WL Ross & Co. LL, a firm founded by Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, and often attended New York City charity events.

The death of the vibrant brunette came to a shock to her friends.

“Unbelievably sad and heartbreaking news that Rohina has died,” posted Julie Walker, one of her Facebook friends.

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