Florida State Troopers corral a 12-foot alligator in Alligator Alley – WFTV – Archyde

It’s not called Alligator Alley for nothing.

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The portion of Interstate 75 that crosses the Everglades in South Florida is crawling with alligators, and Florida Highway Patrol officers had their hands full Monday trying to lure a 12-foot vehicle off the road.

The reptile caused a major traffic jam on I-75 Neapel Daily News reported.

according to a tweet From the FHP, the alligator hovered near mile marker 78 and disabled motorists driving from Fort Lauderdale to Naples.

Troopers were called to the Collier County crime scene around 4 p.m. EST and took a picture of the alligator Miami Herald reported.

Alligator Alley opened to traffic on February 11, 1968 Naples Florida weekly. The American Automobile Association gets the honor of having given its name to the highway Herold.


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