Police rescue baby crocodile from road

TAMPICO, MEXICO (FOX 32 Chicago) - Police in Mexico rushed to rescue a little victim of a flood.

The baby crocodile was wandering a four-lane boulevard in Tampico, which had been hit by torrential rains. The rain had caused a nearby lagoon where crocodiles live to overflow.

The baby crocodile needed to return to the stream, and luckily for him, police were there to help.

The flooding was so bad, the Mexican government declared a state of emergency for parts of this area.
 

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