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Ed Chapman, from Miami-Dade County, tried to catch the 6-and-a-half-foot gator himself before he had to call in backup from police and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, local outlet 7News reported 한글뷰어 무료 다운로드.
“That thing tugged me all over,” he told the outlet. “Carried me, twisting and fighting me all the way across the property.”
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Chapman used his noose pole and got it around the gator’s neck, but the gator fought back 모바일 게임 패드 다운로드.
“He swatted me with his tail and knocked my legs out from under me,” he said, telling the outlet he fell on his side but kept trying to stop the alligator, which fought against Chapman to a pond nearby Download the Apache module.
“Then he got his front legs down in the reeds there, and then we went all the way down and he had his face in the water,” he said.
“In the meantime, I called 911,” he added Download the computer app. “I said, ‘I just need some help. I got it contained, but I need some help. I can’t get it out by myself.’”
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According to 7News, officials responded within 30 minutes of his call and no one was hurt 자바 스크립트 동영상 다운로드.
A part of the alligators tail had been cut off in the wild, officials told the outlet. If the gator had its whole tail, it would have been 8 feet long Galaxy Note 2 firmware.
However, Chapman, who breeds wolves and keeps about 60 poisonous snakes for venom research, wasn’t particularly fazed, 7News reported.
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