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Florida City residents trap 12-foot Python in BBQ

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This 12-foot-long python was discovered in a Florida City neighborhood on Thursday night. This 12-foot-long python was discovered in a Florida City neighborhood on Thursday night.
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FLORIDA CITY (WFLA) -

Here's something you don't want to have to trap in your barbecue!

This 12-foot-long python was discovered in a Florida City neighborhood on Thursday night.

Residents managed to trap the huge snake in a barbecue and called 911.

Miami-Dade Fire Rescue's Venom 1 unit caught the scary snake and took it away.

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