A tourist in Florida was bitten by a snake and rushed to the hospital.
According to The Gainesville Sun, the tourist was visiting one of the country’s newest tourist destinations when she was bitten on her right arm.
Her condition is not known at this time.
She was taken to the Monroe County Medical Center and then to Children’s Hospital in Jacksonville.
Her arm is not expected to be fully recovered.
According the Sun, her friend was at the area to take pictures and had not seen the snake.
The tourist said that while walking around the area, she felt something in her left hand.
She asked if it was a snake, and she told her friends that she had felt something under her skin.
She said that she went to the doctor and that the doctor said she had a snake bite.
The snake, which was described as being about 1 inch long and weighing about 6 pounds, was believed to have escaped from a cage in the visitor center, but the snake did not live.