Here’s One Of The Panicked 911 Calls From The Disney World Alligator Attack

Florida authorities released the 911 calls induced on the night a 2-year-old was killed by an alligator in Walt Disney World.

Lane Graves was playing near the Seven Seas Lagoon at Disney’s Grand Floridian Hotel when an alligator apparently pulled him into the water.The boy’s parent tried to save him, but couldn’t, and Lane’s bodyturned up intact the next day.

In light of the attack, Disney is reportedly undertaking new precautions and putting up signage. In another new development, at the least one of the panicky-sounding 911 calls from the night of the attackhas been made public to ABC News.

Because the audio has not yet been released, the transcript of the second 911 bellow, which occurredbetween the operator and a woman believed to be a Disney employee, is softly edited for style and reprinted below from ABC News.

To me, the woman seems like she’s in a panic, but it’s a kind of panic tempered by shock. After all, she would’ve only found out person drowned on Disney property, so she would probably be flipping the hell out.

Read the transcript below, and judge for yourself.

Operator:’ 9-1-1 What’s the place of the emergency? ’

Woman:’ Please come to the Grand Coridi — Floridian please. Someone drowned in the — in the — Seven Seas Lagoon lake.’

Operator:’ The where, what? ’

Woman:’ Someone drowned in the Seven Seas Lagoon lake.’

Operator:’ They’re in — at the pond? ’

Woman:’ No. Lake.’

Operator:’ In the lake? ’

Woman:’ Yes.’

Operator:’ You said they drowned there? ’

Woman:’ Um, person drowned there — I just stayed in the pond. Please come to the Grand Floridian.’

Operator:’ Alright, stay on the line with me for just a second, we’ve got another call.’

Woman:’ Yah.’


Operator:’ OK, um, all we hear — do you consider the person right now? ’

Woman:’ No, I didn’t. It’s just like um the other lifeguard they have the information, but I’m in the pond and I’m talking with you. So I didn’t see anything. But’

Operator:’ Are they now pulling person out of the lake. Is that correct? ’

Woman:’ Yes.’

Operator:’ OK. We have no info, can you consider them right now? ’

Woman:’ No, I can’t consider them.’

Operator:’ OK, and you’re calling from the drop-off — the drop-off telephone at the pond? ’

Woman:’ OK, I call from the uh Beach one — Beach 2. ’

Operator:’ Do you have a cellphone that you can call from and go by — go by where they’re at and give me more information? ’

Woman:’ OK, OK. Just give me a second. Ok. Call you right back now.’

Operator:’ Go over to where they’re at, call 9-1-1- ask for Reedy Creek, OK? ’

Woman:’ OK.’

Operator:’ We’re on our way.’

Woman:’ So “youre calling” 9-1-1 right? ’

Operator:’ Yah, we’re on our route right now.’

Woman:’ OK, only give me a second, I will call you back and say to you more.’

Check out ABC News for more information about the 911 calls.

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