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Family was playing on the banks of a body of water at 9:15pm when an alligator took the little boy. The father chased after the alligator but got scratched as it escaped.
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Holy Shit!


Where is the link to this?
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Damn, my money sure is going to Florida quickly.
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Lots of happening there.
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qualeshia3 wrote:

Holy Shit!


Where is the link to this?


It's all over this morning's news channels.
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qualeshia3 wrote:

Holy Shit!


Where is the link to this?


This is so horrible.. I'm so saddened for that poor little baby..

Here's the link:

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2016/06/14/reports-alligator-drags-child-into-water-fla/85905266/
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What's with parents not watching their kids? Are we going to have a child attacked by every animal by end of year?
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This is really sad... isn't Florida known for gators though? Aren't they most active in the evenings? I won't go down the road of suggesting playing on the banks of a body of water is the reason it happened though, because it's a freak accident. Is there signage or anything though?
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"Thanks a lot, mom and dad," says the two year old boy as he was taken away by the alligator.

And the little boy was never seen again.
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Haru_no_hana wrote:


qualeshia3 wrote:

Holy Shit!


Where is the link to this?


This is so horrible.. I'm so saddened for that poor little baby..

Here's the link:

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2016/06/14/reports-alligator-drags-child-into-water-fla/85905266/



That truly is unfortunate. May the boy RIP.
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Thanks.

This is very sad.
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laotian_lazer wrote:


qualeshia3 wrote:

Holy Shit!


Where is the link to this?


It's all over this morning's news channels.


I didn't see it.
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holy moley Orlando is not having a good time
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DazaiShinju wrote:

This is really sad... isn't Florida known for gators though? Aren't they most active in the evenings? I won't go down the road of suggesting playing on the banks of a body of water is the reason it happened though, because it's a freak accident. Is there signage or anything though?
I know there is do not swim signs but I'm not sure if they mention alligators as one of the reasons why they have such warnings. I have mixed feelings on this one since Disney also built the lagoon with beach sand banks to make it really inviting looking. It is basically asking people to be lulled into a false sense of security and walk in the shallows and that is exactly what it sounds like the boy was doing when the gator snagged him.

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