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SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. (WESH) - A beach along Lake Brantley has been closed after a 12-foot alligator was spotted.
first thought was 'Holy cow, that's a big gator,' at least 12 feet in
my opinion," said Chett Pritt of Sweetwater Oaks Home Owners
The homeowners association said it was advised to close the beach because the gator was so close to the shore.
FWC said it will set bait and try and catch the alligator over the next few days.
Fish and Wildlife are aware of it, they've been out this morning, tried
calling it in today, no luck," said Pritt. "They will try to come back
throughout the day, throughout the week. They say it may take a week
to see what's going on because the gator's so big. He's likely really
Recently, an alligator bit a swimmer in the Little Econ River. That gator was captured quickly.