FIREFIGHTERS in the United States rushed to rescue a woman who called 911 in terror and shrieked help "I have a boa constrictor stuck to my face!"
"I've never heard of this before", the dispatcher can be heard saying to emergency responders.
"Ma'am, you have a what?" the confused dispatcher responded.
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Firefighters rescued an OH woman from a boa constrictor that was biting her face on Thursday. She suffered non-life-threatening injuries.
Card said the snake, which the woman said was around five feet in length, was biting the woman's nose and just wouldn't let go. A firefighter cut off the snake's head with a pocket knife and the 45-year-old woman, who hasn't been identified, was taken by ambulance to a hospital for treatment.
The Chronicle-Telegram reports that no one was at the address listed in the call later on Thursday, but there was an empty glass cage on the sidewalk, as well as a pool of blood in the driveway, where the victim said she was on the 911 call. Two were boas; the rest are ball pythons.
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"No, I'm just scared", she replied.
Card said firefighters disposed of the snake in a garbage bin near Sheffield Lake City Hall after it was dead.
"I would imagine the bite was very painful so she's going to have to put up with that awhile, too". She then goes on to explain that she rescued two boa constrictors the day before and that she has 11 snakes altogether. And now she's gonna have to make a decision on whether she continues to do this.
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