Alligator suspected of dragging woman into pond

Alligator suspected of dragging woman into pond

Alligator suspected of dragging woman into pond

Police in Broward County are looking for a woman who they believe was dragged into a lake by an alligator while walking her dogs on Friday. News media earlier reported a caller told police he saw a gator drag a woman into the water as she was walking her dogs. The witness told police the woman was gone the next time she looked, but the dogs were still there, the TV station said. Dale Engle told the newspaper. OTHER ABC11 STORIES: Duke doctors perform "surgery" to give doll the same scar as Durham girlHidden History: Exploring North Carolina's Land of Oz theme parkJim Borrelli, a friend of the woman, said she and her husband have walked their dogs in the park previously.

Gallinal said trappers had seen a 12-foot (3.5-meter) alligator and residents said they've also noticed a large gator in the area recently.

Authorities closed the park Friday. An alligator that was 9 feet, 6 inches long that attacked her was caught and destroyed, according to the state.

The body of a missing Florida woman, who is believed to have died after she was bitten by an alligator, has been found, authorities said. The husband also asked Borrelli to break the news to their son, who is in his 20s and lives in NY.

"Alligators make national news when they show up in homeowners" swimming pools or at their front doors.

Rachel Bernard said she was out by their pool about 1:30 a.m. Friday and the family's Pit bull Tony was growling and behaving strangely before he took off from their backyard and ran into bushes.

"There is plenty of gators in this lake". You can see them. Her son threw bread into the water for the fish, and the alligator got the bread.

"Human remains" were retrieved from the animal, according to the Miami Herald, citing authorities.

Three trappers had been hired to try to capture the animal over the last two years but had failed to do so, according to the newspaper. From 1948 to 2017, 401 unprovoked bite incidents have occurred in Florida with 24 of these proving fatal.

In 2016, a 2-year-old boy, Lane Graves, was snatched by a gator as he played at a Disney World resort.

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