to connectVideoAlligator seen taking a walk in a Florida retirement community
Raw video: Cell phone footage captures huge alligator walking through The Villages, a retirement community in Sumter County, Florida.
An alligator trapper in Tallahassee, Fla., who was recently recalled to remove a 12-foot, nearly 500-pound alligator on a highway in Leon County.
Broderick Vaughan, who will be imprisoned for you for about a decade, per the Tallahassee Democrat, told the newspaper, the gator, the “third party” that he has ever made.
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“That was a pretty big, and he didn’t care that we were trying to clean it up,” Vaughan added.
The reptile was later killed.
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The gator was reported to have been hit by a semi-truck, injuring his mouth. It was said to be “shocked and run in circles,” when the officers with The Tallahassee Police Department and Florida Highway Patrol initially responded to the call about the creature, which was found to be in the vicinity of the Monroe Street exit. Vaughan came up soon after.
The gator was eventually loaded into the trapper’s truck and, with the aid of a machine. Even though it was removed from the field, and the reptile was later killed by the severity of the injury,” per the publication.