An official report into the death of Lane Graves in June suggests multiple Disney employees were made aware of alligators in the vicinity of the beach in the run up to the incident. Piece below from Market Watch is well worth a read.
From Market Watch –
Guests had reported gators before deadly attack at Disney resort
About 45 minutes before the June 14 attack on the beach outside of the Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, Shawna Giacomini, a tourist from North Carolina who was staying at the hotel told investigators she was on the beach with her two young daughters, aged 15 and 9, when the girls spotted an alligator about 5 feet from the shore.
The 15-year-old girl alerted the Walt Disney World movie coordinator about the alligator, and the worker then ran to a man whose shirt said “Coordinator” and told him about the alligator, according to the final investigative report on Lane’s death released by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and the Orange County Sheriff’s Office.
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Full harrowing details emerge of child snatched and killed by alligator at Disney World https://t.co/qXKXnCl7ql
— The Independent (@Independent) August 24, 2016
Details of alligator attack on 2-year-old at Disney World resort revealed in new reports https://t.co/IiMdCWWpsM
— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) August 23, 2016
Father of alligator attack victim Lane Graves: “I saw it come out to get him” https://t.co/JughNjcdBO
— TIME.com (@TIME) August 23, 2016
— Stephanie Allen (@stephanieallenn) August 22, 2016
— Rick Ritter (@RickRitterWJZ) August 22, 2016
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