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Disney to remember boy killed by alligator with sculpture

14 June 2017

On June 14, 2016, Lane was playing near the lagoon at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort when he was attacked by an alligator.

Walt Disney World plans to honor a Nebraska boy who was killed by an alligator at one of its resorts near Orlando with a sculpture of a lighthouse.

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Lane Graves, 2, was killed by an alligator while vacationing with his family at a Walt Disney resort in Florida.

A sculpture of a lighthouse will soon stand on Disney property to remember the 2-year-old.

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The lighthouse was chosen to represent him because it's the logo for the Lane Thomas Foundation, the charity set up by Graves's family following his death. His father, Matt, jumped into help his son, but was unsuccessful.

Now, Walt Disney World has announced they will honor Lane's memory by installing a lighthouse sculpture at a currently undisclosed site on the property. Since the tragic accident, Disney has installed a boulder wall between guest areas and the edge of the Seven Seas Lagoon, in addition to adding signs warning of reptiles.

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According to the Foundation's Facebook page, the foundation was named Lane Thomas because if Lane was ever asked his name, he would say, "I'm Lane Thomas, I'm two". The foundation is dedicated to supporting families of children needing life-saving organ transplants.

Disney to remember boy killed by alligator with sculpture