Water rescue underway, possible gator attack

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They also checked for reports of missing persons but found none for either a man or a woman, they said.

Crews suspected an alligator pulled the teen under water.

A body has been found at the retention pond, confirmed Jeff Williamson, the public information officer with the Orange County Sheriff's Office.

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Rescue teams renewed their search at 7 a.m., Thursday, to find a teen who went missing while in the retention pond on Wednesday. According to multiple reports out of Orlando, it's possible the boy was attacked by a gator.

"There's four alligators in this lake", Wolfe told the Orlando television station Wednesday. The search began when a witness told police someone had gone under the water in a fenced-off retention pond after yelling, "It bit me".

Eric Wolfe, who called 911, said he ran inside to grab binoculars to see what was going on before calling authorities. He said the teen was about 20 yards from shore.

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Rescue crews in Florida found a body in an alligator-infested pond after a report that a teenager went missing.

But in a news conference Thursday morning, officials said there was no evidence of an alligator attack.

"Somebody cut that open (the fence and) people ride bikes back there and everything. I stopped doing that about a year ago, once that gator got way too big and aggressive", said resident Luis Cadiz. He says he saw what he thought was a teenage boy struggling to stay afloat before disappearing beneath the water.

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