dramatic and desperate 911 call we've been playing for you. A kayaker, paddling in a remote part of the florida everglades, in an inflatable boat, attacked by an alligator. Her boat sinking as she... See More
dramatic and desperate 911 call we've been playing for you. A kayaker, paddling in a remote part of the florida everglades, in an inflatable boat, attacked by an alligator. Her boat sinking as she called for help. John muller has the story. Reporter: Sara boynton got the surprise of her life. It came out and twisted. Did its death roll thing. Reporter: One chamber of the inflatable kayak punctures here, near sara's shoulder. I was looking down. And going, that's a big, square head. That's not a small alligator. Reporter: She called 911. There's two very large alligators out here. And I can't kayak. I'm sinking. Reporter: She feverishly paddles into the alligator-infested water to shore. I pulled myself up on top of grass. But as I said, there's two really big alligators in here. And I'm just sitting here now. Reporter: Luckily, uninjured, the avid kayaker waits with fear. I got very anxious and was very shaken up. What if I'm out there by dusk. Gators go out and start hunting. I let my primal fear take over. Reporter: An airboat search and rescue team hit the alligator-infested waters, finding her and taking her to safety. She's lucky to survive this ordeal. Thank god she had a cell phone. Reporter: Gator attacks are not uncommon. In april, a 6-year-old south florida boy fell into shallow water. And grabbed my arm. And I couldn't get out. Reporter: The gator finally gave up after the boy's father unleashed a barrage of punches on the eight-foot beast. I guess the gator decided after getting kicked and punches, he released. Reporter: Just let it be. Don't provoke them. Don't feed them. Just keep your distance. Reporter: John muller, abc news, new york.
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