Horrific 911 Call & Video Footage Released After 85-Year-Old Woman Was Killed By Alligator In Florida

Alligator woman

Earlier this week, we learned of the horrific news about an 85-year-old woman who was killed by an alligator at a retirement community in Fort Pierce, Florida, after she was trying to save her dog.

Now, we have new details emerging from the terrifying accident.

The woman has been identified as Gloria Serge, who was out walking her dog by a pond in the community when it all went down.

And now, according to TMZ, the frantic 911 call has officially been released as well.

In the call, you can hear the person say:

“There’s a woman in the lake. The alligator’s got her!”

The caller then went into detail about how the gator dragged her into the water, adding:

“He pulled her into the lake.”

The dispatcher then asks if she got pulled below the surface, which the caller said “yes.”

As the call goes on, the caller says that she hasn’t seen the woman surface for several minutes, but about eight minutes in, they notice a body begin to submerge from the water:

“I think she’s gone. Oh my God.”

The roughly 10-foot gator was captured and killed, and the dog that was initially attacked first survived.

Terrifying video footage has emerged as well, where you can see the gator stalking Serge and the dog in the water, before making its attack on the dog.

The video cuts out before the attack officially unfolds, but just an awful, awful reminder to be safe around bodies of water in gator country.

RIP Gloria.

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