ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. (FOX 35 ORLANDO) - The Orange County Sheriff's Office helped get a baby alligator to safety after wandering into a residential neighborhood on Wednesday.
According to a tweet by the sheriff's office, Sgt. Al Giardiello and Cpl. Pat Foley of the Agricultural Crimes Unit caught the baby alligator after it was nearly struck by a vehicle.
Baby Gator! Sgt. Al Giardiello and Cpl. Pat Foley of the OCSO Agricultural Crimes Unit catching a baby alligator in a residential neighborhood after it was nearly struck by a vehicle. pic.twitter.com/lHBV03IjDb— Orange County Sheriff's Office (@OrangeCoSheriff) June 26, 2019
No word on if the alligator had any injuries or where it came from.
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