A 5-year-old boy was saved by his grandfather after a 10-foot python dragged him into a swimming pool
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A python bit Beau Blake on the ankle and dragged him into a pool, his father Ben told radio station 3AW.
According to Ben, the boy was rescued by his 76-year-old grandfather, who immediately jumped into the pool.
The Byron Bay local told 3AW that Beau was "actually pretty good" and called him "a soldier."
Five-year-old Beau Blake survived after being bitten by a 10-foot python and dragged into a pool, his father Ben Blake told local radio station 3AW.
He said Beau was playing by the pool at the family home in Byron Bay when the python appeared and wrapped its mouth around the little boy's ankle. Beau was then pulled into the pool by the snake.
The boy's father told the radio station he believed the snake was "sitting there waiting for something to come."
"It was instant, I saw a big black shadow coming out of the bush and before they reached the bottom it was completely wrapped around his leg," he continued to the interviewer.
Beau's 76-year-old grandfather, Allan, came to the rescue, jumping into the pool and pulling the boy and snake back to shore. "He jumped in before I could even think about getting in the pool," Ben told 3AW.
When asked how long it took to free Beau from the snake's grip, Ben said, "I'm not a little boy, I freed him in 15-20 seconds. It was kind of an ordeal.”
Ben told the interviewee that after they held the snake for about ten minutes, they released it back into the "crime scene."
Ben went on to tell 3AW that Beau was "an absolute soldier," adding that they were keeping him away from the school to oversee the wounds.
Beau's mother, Tesse Ferguson, later shared a warning to other Byron Bay parents via a Facebook post:
"A bit of a drama tonight and a warning to the parents out there. My boys were swimming after school at the grandparents' very manicured backyard when Beau was attacked by a 10 foot python while walking around the pool edge and both the snake and the child fell into the pool," she wrote.
The post continued, "Parents, the unthinkable can happen! Keep your eyes open.”
When asked if the family sees snakes like this often in the area, Ben explained to 3AW: "Look, that's where we live, it's Australia, but a big python like this lurking in the bushes, not so much, no ."
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