The local Green Party in Kramsach, Tyrol named Elisabeth Sauer, who was local councillor from 1998 to 2004, as the first woman who was attacked at around same time as the other tourist.
She was walking in shallow water while using a snorkel with fins not far from the beach near Hurghada and told her partner, an Austrian of Egyptian descent, 'I'll go back in for a moment'.
Footage then shows her desperately trying to get towards safety with the aid of a flipper as the waters around her turned scarlet red in Sahl Hasheesh bay, south of Hurghada, in the Red Sea.
Terrified onlookers tried to distract the predator, which is believed to be either a Mako or a Oceanic whitetip shark, but no one jumped in to help her.
An Egyptian health official said she was then taken to the private Nile Hospital where she could not be resuscitated and is believed to have died from 'painful shock' - most likely a heart attack.
It is thought she had been in the country for a month, arriving on June 2, with her partner and was due to return home today.
Yesterday, officials at the Red Sea Governorate told reporters that area of the attack and Hurghada would be closed to all sea activity including fishing and diving. The beach has been deserted in the wake of the deaths but will most likely reopen tomorrow.
The Austrian tourist, who was married to an Egyptian man, used a flipper to try and clamour back to shore. But she died of 'painful shock' after reportedly losing and arm and a leg
Both attacks took place very close by the first woman was taken from the waters in Sahl Hasheesh, south of Hurghada,
A second woman whose identity and nationality have not been revealed is believed to have been staying at adult-only Premiere Le Reve five star hotel (pictured). It is thought that this woman is a Romania
Horrified onlookers (left and right) yelled for help and tried to distract the shark, but did not jump in
The Austrian pensioner, 68, died of 'painful shock' - most likely a heart attack - after the attack at Sahl Hasheesh bay, south of Hurghada, in the Red Sea on Friday
Worried witnesses (left) were pictured watching as the woman received urgent care from doctors. The local Green Party in Kramsach, Tyrol named Elisabeth Sauer (on right), who was local councilor from 1998 to 2004, as the first woman who was attacked at around same time the same time as the other tourist