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Re: Alligator Grabs Toddler, Drags Him into Lagoon at Disney Hotel, Police Say

Animals are animals! You never know what will happen. The parents are at fault.

It doesn't matter why the signs were there. (Don't care for Dwayne Johnson, but, use his tone of voice as The Rock here). They were there.

I feel bad for the baby and his sister.

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Re: Alligator Grabs Toddler, Drags Him into Lagoon at Disney Hotel, Police Say

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Agree that a no swimming sign does not explain a deadly reptile can lurch from the murky depths and snatch a child in 4 inches of water.

"Forensics teams will try to determine whether one of the alligators already taken from the lake is the one that dragged off the boy. If not, the search for alligators in the lake will continue."

Sorry but... whhyyy???
To compare the teeth to the bite marks, even though 5 gators have already been killed.

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Re: Alligator Grabs Toddler, Drags Him into Lagoon at Disney Hotel, Police Say

Five alligators have been killed?! Like that's going to bring back the kid! I hope more alligators come and just fucking eat everyone, what the hell!

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Re: Alligator Grabs Toddler, Drags Him into Lagoon at Disney Hotel, Police Say

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Lake Buena Vista, Florida (CNN)An alligator grabbed a 2-year-old boy and dragged him into a lagoon Tuesday night at a Disney hotel near Orlando as his father desperately tried to save him.

A frantic overnight search to find the boy was unsuccessful, authorities said Wednesday morning, but search efforts will continue with "fresh eyes."

"This is still a search and rescue operation," said Jeff Williamson, a spokesman for the Orange County Sheriff's Office. "We are very hopeful. We are hoping for the best."

Hours after the Tuesday night attack, the toddler was still missing despite a frantic overnight search to find him.

The child was "wading just in the water along the lake's edge at the time that the alligator attacked," Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings said.

Parents rush into water to save son

The family of four -- parents, the boy and his 4-year-old sister -- is on vacation from Nebraska, Demings said. They arrived Sunday.

They watched as the alligator attacked the toddler at the Seven Seas Lagoon.

"The father actually went into the water to wrestle his son from the grips of the alligator," he said. The father suffered minor scratches on his hand, but was unsuccessful in getting his son back.

The mother also went into the water, trying to find her child, he said.

"The sad reality of it is it's been several hours and we're not likely going to recover a live body," Demings said.

He said there is no record of similar incidents in this particular area.

"Everyone here at the Walt Disney Resort is devastated by this tragic accident," said Jacquee Wahler, the vice president of the Walt Disney World Resort .

"Our thoughts are with the family. We are helping the family and doing everything we can to assist law enforcement."

Demings said no reports of nuisance alligators have come in the region recently. The alligator is between 4 and 7 feet long, Demings said, adding he's unsure of its exact size.

Sheriff: Marine units, divers, sonar, choppers & trapper employed to find 2-yo & 4- to 7-foot alligator at #Disney. pic.twitter.com/CKaLQACqew

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The Reedy Creek Emergency Services call center first received a report about the attack at 9:16 p.m. ET.

The incident occurred on a sandy waterfront area outside the hotel near the Seven Seas Lagoon on the property.
I guess they don't air the show "Swamp People" in Nebraska.

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Five alligators have been killed?! Like that's going to bring back the kid! I hope more alligators come and just fucking eat everyone, what the hell!
THIS^^^^^^^^^fucking people make sick.

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Re: Alligator Grabs Toddler, Drags Him into Lagoon at Disney Hotel, Police Say

They're saying the resorts are looking into rewording and making better signs since apparently people didn't think the no swimming wasn't clear about the dangers.

I honestly think we have a case of actual accident here and not blame putting.

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Re: Alligator Grabs Toddler, Drags Him into Lagoon at Disney Hotel, Police Say

I do think that having just "No swimming" signs is vague.

It's like putting a sign over a button saying "Do not press".
People don't take it seriously, unless there's a very specific explanation attached to it.

"NO SWIMMING" you see people walking around in the water. They don't understand that it means "STAY OUT OF THE WATER".

Even people on this site said "It doesn't count, because it's not ACTUAL swimming".

Some reports were saying the resort does regular sweeps where they get rid of any gators in the area that are over 4 feet long. That's still not a good enough reason to skimp on the gator warning signs.

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Re: Alligator Grabs Toddler, Drags Him into Lagoon at Disney Hotel, Police Say

NOT the first time there have been alligators near people.

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I do think that having just "No swimming" signs is vague.

It's like putting a sign over a button saying "Do not press".
People don't take it seriously, unless there's a very specific explanation attached to it.

"NO SWIMMING" you see people walking around in the water. They don't understand that it means "STAY OUT OF THE WATER".

Even people on this site said "It doesn't count, because it's not ACTUAL swimming".

Some reports were saying the resort does regular sweeps where they get rid of any gators in the area that are over 4 feet long. That's still not a good enough reason to skimp on the gator warning signs.
The parents also went to lie down and left the baby unsupervised.

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Re: Alligator Grabs Toddler, Drags Him into Lagoon at Disney Hotel, Police Say

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To compare the teeth to the bite marks, even though 5 gators have already been killed.
For the purpose of...catching it and putting it on trial??

Leave the fucking things alone for christs sake, or move them. Killing them out what seems like revenge is fucking stupid and a waste of bloody man power. Utter pillocks.

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