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Alligators bites off boy's arm (Video)

Thursday, July 31, 2008

The following story contains information that may be upsetting to some viewers. Discretion is advised.

An 11-year-old boy has lost his arm after it was bitten off by the creature. Devin Funck was with two girls when all three decided to go for a swim in a pond in Slidell, Louisiana, not far from New Orleans. As the trio was splashing around in the water, his two pals spotted an ominous silhouette approaching them at an alarming speed.

It turned out to be a 10-12 foot long alligator named "Big Joe" by the locals, and the kids tried to flee. The girls made it back to shore but the animal managed to get hold of Devin's arm and pull him under the water. The panicked youngster mustered the strength to fight for his life and managed to break free from the dangerous jaws.

But it was too late.

The alligator had already bitten off the boy's arm right up to the shoulder. Wildlife officials rushed to the scene, searched for the beast in the water and finally shot it, recovering the child's severed limb almost intact from its stomach.

Funck was airlifted to a local hospital and despite the outcome, authorities are calling his survival 'miraculous,' noting the fact he was able to escape from the gator's clenched clutches is amazing in itself.

The boy was conscious but in obvious shock at his ordeal as surgeons raced to repair the damage. But despite their best efforts, doctors now say they can't reattach the limb.

"They could not save the arm," family friend Cory relates. "He's got a long way to go, lots of surgery. He'll need prosthesis."

The grade six student, who loves his PlayStation3, had only a few words for his distraught mother before he went into surgery.

"I'm sorry, I know alligators are dangerous," the Times-Picayune newspaper quotes him as telling her.

And then he asked, "How am I going to play my game now?"


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