Licensed trapper Dave Regel, left, FWC Investigator Gregg Stastny, center, and Regel's daughter Jennifer Long, right, look under a wooden bridge after arriving at the scene in Copeland off U.S. 29 where a 90-year-old woman was attacked by an alligator as she walked around her property on Wednesday, August 31, 2011. According to Florida Fish and Wildlife officers, Dwain Daniels, a passer-by, stopped when he saw the woman holding onto a tree branch as the alligator was dragging her into the water. Officers said he was able to shoot the alligator and free the woman. The woman lost part of her right leg in the attack, and was taken by med-flight to Lee Memorial Hospital. Greg Kahn/Staff
Margaret Webb was in her front yard near a canal when an alligator reported to be about eight feet long came up and bit her leg, FWCC Capt. Jayson Horadam said. She was pulled to safety by 30-year-old Dwain Daniels, who was driving by Webb's 25750 State Road 29 ranch house and saw Webb in the water.
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