LAHORE: A team of the Rescue 1122 recovered on Friday almost seven-foot long python from a house in Garhi Shahu.
The team had responded to an emergency call of a man living in Siddique Colony when he found the python at his home. The rescue experts managed to recover the python who was six feet and 11 inch long, a spokesperson for the Rescue 1122 said.
It would be premature to say as to how and from where the snake entered the house, he said, adding the python had been handed over to the Lahore Zoo administration under an already issued standard operating procedure.
He said the Rescue 1122 teams had responded to 1,719 emergency calls related to the presence of snakes all over the province since January this year.
Published in Dawn, August 22nd, 2020