Thursday, 16 June 2016

Body of boy snatched by alligator at Disney Resort found intact

The body of two-year-old Lane Graves (pictured) was recovered after he was snatched by an alligator at the Walt Disney World resort in Orlando on Tuesday nightAt a 4.30pm press conference, Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings confirmed that dive teams had located an 'intact' body believed to be Lane (pictured with his sister and grandfather) in the Seven Seas Lagoon

Pictured above is the two-year-old boy whose body was recovered from a lagoon at the Walt Disney World resort in Orlando after he was snatched by an alligator on Tuesday night. The Graves family were on the third day of their vacation in Orlando when tragedy struck. Lane had been wading in a 'no swimming' area outside the upscale Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, which is right across the lake from the Magic Kingdom, at around 9.20pm when he was attacked and dragged underwater by the reptile.

Dive teams had located an 'intact' body in the Seven Seas Lagoon around 1.45pm and it was pulled out of the lagoon around 3.30pm. although the body has not been officially identified, authorities says there is no reason not to believe that it is not Lane.

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