MYRTLE BEACH, SC – Neighbors stopped in their yards along Highway 707 in Myrtle Beach to take photos of a large alligator that was calmly laying beside the roadway on Sunday evening.
According to SCDNR’s Twitter page, the alligator was a whopping 11 feet long, and was found on Highway 707 near Big Block Rd.
The alligator was safely removed from the roadway without any reported injuries.
An alligator has been safely removed from Hwy 707 near Tournament Blvd in #Horry County. The alligator was approximately 11 feet long. No incidents or injuries were reported.
Citizens with questions/concerns about any alligator can contact SCDNR at 1-800-922-5431. pic.twitter.com/4IGuj7I2kS — SCDNR (@SCDNR) May 6, 2019
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