The body of the 2-year-old boy taken by an alligator from the beach of a Disney hotel has been found. Lane Graves, of Elkhorn, Nebraska, was on the Grand Floridian Resort’s beach with his parents, Matt and Melissa Graves, and his 4-year-old sister, when an alligator came out of the water and dragged him into the water. بلاك جاك His father attempted to grab the boy from the gator’s mouth, but was unsuccessful and was scratched on his hands.
Search and rescue teams had been out in the water since the incident happened last night at 9:30pm. بوكر اون لاين حقيقي The boy’s body was found at 1:45pm this afternoon about 10-15 yards from shore, in six-foot-deep water. Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings believes the boy drowned, as his body was found intact. 1xbet casino
The Graves family was staying at the Grand Floridian, which is a luxury hotel across the lagoon from the Magic Kingdom and had checked in on Sunday, June 12. They were sitting near the water at the time of the attack, but officials say they were not swimming or wading in it.
Disney has signs posted about not swimming in the lagoon, but there are no signs warning about alligators being in the water. There have been two other fatal attacks by alligators in the state of Florida in the last year.
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Leah grew up in a little farming town in Illinois, right on the Mississippi River. Her Chicago-born husband, David, left the city for her, and they're now raising their three children (Jacob, Jonah and Lydia) just 12 miles from her hometown. As the Senior Editor of the DIS (wdwinfo.com), Leah spends a lot of time writing about, reading about, and discussing Disney. So, it should come as no surprise that one of her family's favorite ways to spend time is going to Walt Disney World and traveling on Disney Cruise Line. She also enjoys shopping, watching movies with her husband and doing crafts with and for her kids.