Officials find body of woman attacked by gator in Florida

A woman is missing after a reported alligator attack in Davie Florida

A woman is missing after a reported alligator attack in Davie Florida

DAVIE, FL (RNN) - Police are searching for a woman after an alligator reportedly dragged her into a pond on Friday morning.

The last deadly gator attack in South Florida happened 12 years ago when a 28-year-old woman was attacked while jogging along a path in Sunrise.

The dogs have been turned over to animal control.

The victim's brother was at the scene visibly distraught and awaiting answers. Another woman said that her poodle vanished near the lake on Christmas and she suspected the dog had been eaten. He hadn't heard of any sabotaged traps or interference in capturing the alligator.

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Trappers spotted the animal in the pond and captured it before it was euthanized, FWC officials said. Local 10 and NBC6 are reporting that an arm was found inside the gator.

"I was afraid", she said.

The couple lives in Plantation and visit the park occasionally. Making the situation even worse, one of the dogs had a fresh bite.

Police fear it was a huge alligator that dragged a woman into a lake. One resident said: "There are plenty of gators in this lake". "Every time I walked the dogs during the day, I was like, 'Oh, my God, I've gotta keep away from there".

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The state said among local deaths by alligators, a 36-year-old man died while swimming across a pond in November 2007 in West Miami.

An alligator reached viral stardom on Thursday when he tried to escape his handlers with his hands tied behind his back-and head-butted a trapper unconscious in the process.

Meanwhile, "her dogs won't leave the pond", Engle said. Her son threw bread into the water for the fish, and the alligator got the bread.

There are an estimated 1.3 million alligators in Florida - they live in each of the state's 67 counties and can be found in almost all its fresh and brackish water bodies - but attacks are rare.

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Florida is teeming with more than 1 million gators, but only a dozen or so bites are recorded each year, according to statistics from the FWC.

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