WIMAUMA, Fla. - A motorcyclist was thrown from his bike after hitting a 10-foot-long alligator early Friday morning in Wimauma, Florida.
Florida Highway Patrol says that the motorcyclist was heading west when he hit the gator. He was thrown off of his bike from the impact.
The man was flown to an area hospital, but state troopers on scene told Tampa-based WFTS that his injuries are non-life threatening.
Sources say that the 10-foot, 9-inch long gator is barely alive and is being taken by private trappers at this time, but State Troopers said that it was barely breathing.
This is the second alligator that was hit in the area this week after a mother of four escaped serious injury when her SUV hit a 9-foot gator crossing Interstate 75 in Sarasota. Her car was completely totaled.
A group of 32 current and former inmates of a jail in the Los Angeles suburbs will get $2.5 million as part of a settlement of their lawsuits…
Lyft has partnered with Taco Bell for people who crave a taco while getting a Lyft.
An Oklahoma teacher decided to ask for money on the side of the road to help pay for school supplies this year.
The devil's in the details. Thousands of people might have their student loan debt may be wiped away forever—all because of missing…
From "Black Panther" to Batman, "Stranger Things" to "Blade Runner 2049," and "Ready Player One" to…
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has taken on O.J. Simpson's response at a parole hearing that he has lived a "conflict-free life."