Park ranger Anthony Terry (left) and Lt. Lisa Wood with the Miami-Dade Anti-Venom Unit talk about the rattlesnake that bit Terry. (Source: CBS4)

Everglades Ranger Bitten By Rattlesnake Speaks About Ordeal

Thanks to a rescue chopper and 28 vials of anti-venom pumped into his body, Everglades National Park ranger Anthony Terry is alive today.

CBS Miami–10/04/2013


Pembroke Pines Woman Recovering From Snake Bite

Darlene Cyr-Cutrone walked outside Friday afternoon to clean up after her two boys — ages 14 and 11 — finished playing. As she picked up a chair laying in the grass, she felt a pinch on her left hand.