Alligator Handler Bitten at Zoo

Alligator Handler Bitten at Zoo, First Photos of Injured Hand

A crocodile handler beaten by a creature paid for her control suffered from tendon damage and multiple fractures-and the picture of her injury is terrible, but she’s already laughing.

Lindsay Bull tells she was discharged from a Utah hospital on Tuesday after being hospitalized after the incident on Saturday. Gator’s strong jaw broke his thumb and wrist, in addition to tendon damage.

As you can see, Lindsey’s gasping hands were bleeding badly while lying in the hospital bed on Saturday, but now she’s wrapped in a big cast and she says it’s okay.

Crocodile attacked Lindsay in front of a paid customer who rushed to help with a visitor Donnie Wiseman. A terrifying death roll maneuver bravely jumps Gator’s back to prevent Gator from drowning her or tearing her arms.

Lindsay says she plans to talk to Donnie soon, and she has already talked to some people who were on tour when she was attacked, and planned some dinners. rice field.

Despite the vicious attack, Lindsay tells us that she doesn’t have a strong feeling for Darth Gator-yes, that’s his name-and adds that it’s like her eldest son.

Shane Richnes The owner of Scales and Tails Utah tells Lindsay’s training went into the enclosure after the animal was cut down by hand, causing the gator to slump when he entered the roll, so his limbs Helped to protect.

The picture of the injury is terrible, but it sounds like Lindsey has already put it behind her.

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