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May 31, 2006

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Gator-Attack Daily: Florida jogger pulls pooch from alligator’s mouth

For today’s Florida alligator attack, we have Michael Rubin of Coral Springs and Jasmine, his 6-month-old golden retriever. Hearing a yelp after Jasmine ran ahead during a morning walk, Rubin hurried to find his dog’s head inside the mouth of a 7-foot alligator. He jumped into water up to his neck, pried his pooch from the reptile’s mouth, and took it to Coral Springs Animal Hospital, where it was said to be in good condition.  Tune in tomorrow.


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