Cutler Bay Public Works director Alfredo Quintero teaches children about how the town cleans storm drains.
Cutler Bay Public Works director Alfredo Quintero teaches children about how the town cleans storm drains. Photo provided to the Miami Herald
Cutler Bay Public Works director Alfredo Quintero teaches children about how the town cleans storm drains. Photo provided to the Miami Herald

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    A massive crocodile sighting in the early morning hours on Tuesday, September 26, 2017, shut down the streets of a Cutler Bay, Florida neighborhood. The crocodile was spotted by a Cutler Bay police officer and he quickly summoned backup. The roads in the area were blocked off to pedestrian and vehicle traffic while calls were made to FWC and a local trapper. Since it's an endangered saltwater crocodile the trapper was not readily able to capture it. After almost two hours the crocodile walked off and swam into a nearby lake.