Parents warned after 8-foot gator spotted in Livingston drainage canal
LIVINGSTON - Police issued a warning to residents of Livingston after a large alligator was spotted in a drainage canal.
The eight-and-a-half-foot gator was seen in the canal just off Ohio Street within the town. Police advised residents to keep a close eye on children and small animals around ditches and drains as alligators might be hidden inside.
The post to Livingston Police's Facebook page is below:
Just last week, a 2-year-old boy died after he was attacked by an alligator at the edge of a hotel lagoon at the Disney World resort in Florida.
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