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Morning commuters dodge alligator in Warren Co.

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The alligator was crossing Highway 61 north just outside of Vicksburg. (Source: Andre Terrett) The alligator was crossing Highway 61 north just outside of Vicksburg. (Source: Andre Terrett)
The alligator reportedly got a little aggressive. (Source: Andre Terrett) The alligator reportedly got a little aggressive. (Source: Andre Terrett)
WARREN COUNTY, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

A Vicksburg man's morning commute was a little more interesting Thursday.

Andre Terrett says he was on his way to work when he came across a large alligator in the roadway.

The alligator was crossing Highway 61 north just outside of Vicksburg.

Terrett stopped to take a couple pictures but stayed inside his vehicle. The alligator reportedly got a little aggressive.

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