A new fence blocks the beach at Disney resort where gator struck

Workers have installed a fence blocking the beach at the Disney resort where an alligator fatally attacked a 2-year-old.

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Photos: Tharin White

Photos: Tharin White

Graphic designer Tharin White posted a number of photos and tagged media outlets to alert attention to the overhaul happening at the Grand Floridian, where 2-year-old Lane Graves was attacked Tuesday night while playing along the water’s edge.

Lane’s remains were discovered Wednesday afternoon.


The remains of 2-year-old discovered after alligator attack

Here’s where Lane Graves was standing when the gator struck 

Autopsy complete on Lane Graves’ remains

Parenting blogger’s photo shows kids playing near gator attack site

Disney closes beaches after gator attack

Tension at Disney resort following gator incident

Disney to post alligator warning signs after fatal attack

Rainbows, and maybe an angel, appear at the site of fatal gator attack

More photos from the scene:

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Reader Comments 0


Ya know, they should have Thought about this, before spending Billions of dollars creating these resorts and so-called middle of Florida "beaches"......


That's what they call a Fence?? Wood and Rope?? Ya, that's gonna keep a Lot of gators at bay....Geez!