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Urban Legend-Gators in NYC
Two teens shoveling snow that February day, wanting to hurry up so they could play, quickly shoveling heaping piles of snow, into an open 1935 NYC manhole, Seeing something move down in the hole, both teens thought "holy mole!" yelling theres a gator down in there, wanting to help it out they showed little fear, Getting a clothesline they helped drag it out, an 8 foot alligator with a toothy snout, loosening the line the gator snapped, while the teens were busy watching their backs, But both boys were taken aback by the attack, and decided to give the gator some whacks, both killing it with their work snow shovels, whereupon the gator didn't give them anymore trouble, Now in NYC every February 10th, the people are reminded of how that day was spent, with a bronze gator pulling a man down in the manhole, a quirky subway commemoration reminder for one and all. 4-6-17
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