Homeowner's association sent alligator warning days before deadly attack

Homeowner's association sent alligator warning days before deadly attack

Homeowner's association sent alligator warning days before deadly attack

Shizuka Matsuki, 47, disappeared after going out with her two dogs in Florida on Friday.

"I'm praying that nothing happened to her", Borrelli said before he found out that Matsuki's body was found. "One of her dogs got bit by the gator". The alert noted that a 6-foot alligator had been spotted at a resident's front door and trapped, The Sun-Sentinel reported.

A man reportedly saw Matsuki walking her dogs at the lake. Broward County Animal Control and Adoption Agency said that they had taken custody of the dogs.

Matsuki's body was discovered just before 10 p.m. Friday at the Silver Lakes Rotary Natural Park pond, said Robert Klepper, spokesman for the commission.

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"This tragedy is heartbreaking for everyone involved, and our honest condolences go out to the family and friends of the victim at this time", Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission spokesman Rob Klepper told KPLG-TV. The witness told police the woman was gone the next time she looked, but the dogs were still there, the TV station said.

Still, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission warned people not to jump to conclusions about what had happened on the side of the pond until they could investigate.

The warning from the neighborhood association about alligators in the water may have prompted her to change things up and go to a lake farther away.

"We haven't had any reports of anybody missing other than this witness, who saw her earlier and then never saw her again".

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"She probably thought that Lake was [a] safer alternative, after so many gators have been showing up around here lately".

According to Florida Fish and Wildlife, the state has averaged five unprovoked alligator bites yearly since 1948.

In a well-publicized attack in June 2016, a 2-year-old boy died after an alligator pulled him into a lagoon near a Walt Disney World hotel.

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