Witness saw gator drag woman into Florida lake

Witness saw gator drag woman into Florida lake

On Friday morning, Matsuki - likely well aware of the perilous waters surrounding her home - packed her dogs into her vehicle and headed south for the Silver Lakes Rotary Nature Park, a quiet nature preserve nested inside a Davie neighborhood a little over eight miles away.

However, it remained unclear Friday what the witness saw.

Another witness, who has not been named, said she saw a woman walking her dogs in the park. The witness did not see the woman again.

The man "went to the area where he thought that they had been walking, and he immediately spotted an alligator", said Detective Viviana Gallinal.

One woman said she let her poodle out into the backyard last winter and the dog never returned.

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission spokesman Rob Klepper said the report of the attack was still unconfirmed, but law enforcement officers with the agency were heading to the scene. "Her dogs won't leave the pond".

The 12ft (3.5 metre) alligator has been captured following the woman's disappearance from near a Florida lake on Friday.

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Police divers haul a boat to the entrance of Silver Lakes Rotary Nature Park on Friday in Davie, Fla. They think a gator took her under the woman when she was walking her dogs.

The statement went on to say that officials believe 47-year-old Shizuka Matsuki was killed "and we will continue recovery efforts". "The FWC will be conducting a thorough investigation into this incident".

The dogs have been turned over to animal control.

Borrelli said Matsuki's husband, who is out of town and trying to fly home, sent him to the park to get more information after being contacted by Davie Police. While they are common today, over-hunting nearly drove American alligators to extinction in the 1950's.

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

Residents in the area said that alligators were known to be in the water, and they wouldn't let their dogs walk without a leash because of this.

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