Body of 2 year old boy dragged into Lagoon by Alligator near Disney hotel found intact


    The body of the two-year-old boy who was dragged into a Lagoon by an alligator near a Disney resort in Orlando on Tuesday night has been found. was recovered from a lagoon at the Walt The boy has been identified as Lane Graves, the son of Matthew, 42, and Melissa Graves, 38, of Elkhorn, Nebraska. His identity was revealed by the Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings at a news conference on Wednesday afternoon.

    Demings said that dive teams had located the toddler’s body ‘intact’ in the Seven Seas Lagoon.

    He said divers located a body around 1:45pm and was pulled out around 3:30pm.

    The Graves family were in Orlando on vacation and had arrived on Sunday, unfortunately this terrifying incident occurred on the third day of their vacation.

    Lane had been playing in the man made lagoon which wasn’t very deep around 9:20pm when the alligator attacked and dragged him underwater. The hotel had a ‘No swimming’ sign there but there was no warning of alligators in the area.

    The boy’s father tried frantically and wrestled with the alligator to save him, but could not pry the toddler from the alligator’s jaw. The father came off with huge Alligator bite marks on his shoulder but couldn’t save his son.
    A Disney lifeguard said the boy was 10 feet from the shore when the alligator attacked him. He said they all tried to save the boy while the Dad was wrestling with the alligator but they didn’t succeed.
    He said:

    ‘We have lifeguards on duty at the play area but at the beach we don’t have any lifeguards because you’re not supposed to be in the water,’ the lifeguard said.

    During the search, wildlife officials caught six alligators in the lake and killed them …Read More

    Source:: Linda Ikeji Blog