Transcript for New Details in Walt Disney World Alligator Attack
We begin with that deadly alligator attack at Disney world. This morning we are learning more details about the family of that 2-year-old boy right there, lane graves and what happened in the moments leading up to the attack. ABC's gio Benitez is in Orlando with the latest. Good morning, gio. Reporter: George, good morning to you. The family learning just over 12 hours ago that the boy's body was found intact just yards from the shore. After a desperate 16-hour search by air and boat, the heartbreaking news. 2-year-old lane graves found dead. Six feet under water at Disney's goril grand floridian resort. We used sonar. Reporter: The alligator's attack taking less than a meeting as the boy played at the water's edge. 9 P.M. Tuesday. Lane's parents and 4-year-old sister were relaxing on the beach. Lane was in ankle deep water when the alligator grabbed hold and dad rushing to save him but it was no use. The incredibly strong gator pulling the boy into the water. A witness says the scene which sounded like a fight unfolded in the dark. The mother frantic running back and forth across the beach. Five gators captured at the lagoon Wednesday. We'll look at the five alligators we've taken and compare things like bite marks. There had a good chance we already have the alligator. Reporter: The seven seas lake has a no swimming sign but to sign warning about alligators. Disney saying it will review the situation thoroughly. Disney has a wildlife management system that is in place. Reporter: The company saying they look into gator sightings and in some cases remove or euthanize the animals. A gator did bite an 8-year-old in 1986 but there's never been a death until now. But guests have seen gators there before. An alligator. An alligator. This video shot just two weeks ago of a gator in that same lagoon. The family did not notify Disney. This morning the president of the resort telling ABC news there are no words to convey the profound sorrow we feel for the family and their unimaginable loss. We are devastated and heartbroken by this tragic accident and are doing what we can to help the family during this difficult time. On behalf of everyone at Disney we offer our deepest sympathies. And the graves family -- They do appreciate all of the prayers that have gone forward to allow those of us -- Reporter: Bob iger spoke with the family and also said this in a statement, as a parent and a grandparent my heart goes out to the graves family during this time of devastating loss. My thoughts and prayers are with them and I know everyone at Disney joins me in offering our deepest sympathies. George. We do all join in on that, bep. More questions this morning. We know the beaches there are closed. What's the scope of that closure and going forward do you expect to have more explicit warnings about alligators at the Disney resorts? Reporter: That's right. George, a big question because as we know right now there are no alligator warning signs so right now Disney tell us they'll review that and look into that for the future. I can tell you all of the beaches here are still closed, George. Gio Benitez, thanks very much. I think that warning will be heard loud and clear. So many of us walked on that beach never thinking our children could be at risk. We turn to the other big
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