Disney Appears to be Constructing a Fence and Posting Alligator Warning Signs
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla.(CBS ORLANDO) - The Walt Disney World Resort appears to be constructing a fence and it is posting alligator warning signs.
Pictures from the ground and above the Grand Floridian Resort & Spa show crews drilling holes and constructing what looks to be a fence on the beach where Lane Graves was dragged into the water by an alligator while visiting the theme park with his family.
In the aftermath of Wednesday's incident, Disney immediately closed all its beaches and said they would be reviewing their signage policies.
Although there was a No Swimming sign located in the water where Graves was attacked, it did not mention the presence of alligators as others do around the resort property.
Disney officials have not commented on what exactly is being constructed on the Grand Floridian beach or whether they'll be doing the same work at other beaches at Walt Disney World.