An alligator is on the move, after a scary encounter with a vehicle in Central Florida.
A motorist reportedly struck the gator early last Friday on U.S. 1. in Cocoa.
Police tweeted that the driver was not injured.
The things that go bump in the night: patrol officers rescued this little guy as he wandered into dangerous territory. He was hit by a car on US1 at Dixon Blvd. He was fine and the driver was not injured. The gator was picked up by FWC where we hope he finds a safer place to roam pic.twitter.com/y4dackunxF
— CocoaPolice (@cocoapolice) November 13, 2020
Meanwhile, the reptile survived and was relocated by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.