Disney Reviews Safety Measures After Deadly Gator Attack

Disney said it is reviewing signage after 2-year-old Lane Graves was snatched by an alligator in a "No Swimming" zone.
2:12 | 06/17/16

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Now to the latest on that deadly alligator attack at a Disney resort. The autopsy results now in as ABC's parent company announces it is adding new safety messages and signage, gio Benitez has the latest. Good morning. Reporter: Amy, good morning to you. It took 48 hours for Disney world to change its policies hoping this tragedy never happens again. This morning, Disney world announcing it will add signs warning of alligators after that little boy, 2-year-old lane graves, was suddenly killed at Disney's grand floridian resort. Autopsy results now released saying he died of drowning and traumatic injury. Disney saying in a statement we have closed all of our beefs and have made a decision to add signage and we are also conducting a swift and thorough review of all of our processes and protocols. I think it's a responsibility of a resort or even state legislation there be signs. Reporter: As officials say five alligators have been caught and euthanized so far and they will keep searching until they can confirm that the gator that killed the toddler Tuesday night has been caught. The 2-year-old was playing in ankle deep water. We're going to look at the five alligators we've already taken and compare things like bite marks. There is a good chance we already have the alligator. Reporter: This photo taken of another child by another Jennifer Venditti sending chills across the internet. Her boy standing in the same spot where little lane was attacked. Less than an hour before the accident. We're in Florida. Every body of water needs to be assumed there is an alligator in there and all alligators are dangerous. The family releasing a statement saying "Words cannot describe the shock and grief our family is experiencing over the loss of our son. We are devastated to all of the local authorities and staff who worked tirelessly these past 24 hours, we express our deepest gratitude." And back out here live at Disney world we should tell you that we don't know exactly when those new signs will be in place but those beaches will remain closed. Amy. All right, gio, parents everywhere will change how they act and interact with those beaches in the state of Florida. Thank you.

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