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>> The two-year-old boy dragged by an alligator into a manmade lagoon in a Disney World Resort in Orlando. Found dead Wednesday after a desperate search through the night. Lane Graves, on vacation with his family from Nebraska, was snatched while wading on the beach near the Grand Floridian Hotel.
The child was found, his body was completely intact. So at this time we will go through the formality of making a formal identification.>> We're gonna look at the five alligators we've already taken and we're gonna compare things like bite marks and such as that. We don't really know what we have yet.
It's still early in that part of the investigation. And if we can't get a certain match, we're going to continue to go out and look for alligators. And make sure we have done everything we can, and all the due diligence to make sure we've taken that alligator out.
>> But questions linger about whether Disney should have done more to alert tourists unfamiliar with Florida's swamp life, about the dangers. There were no signs on the lagoon warning of alligators, only signs saying, no swimming. The sheriff declined to comment on that issue. The incident stretching thin the Orlando Police Department already strained after the mass shooting at Pulse nightclub over the weekend.
A Disney spokesperson saying everyone at the theme park is devastated by the tragic accident.