MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — When you go to the beach you expect to share the road with walkers, joggers, bikers, but an alligator?

That's what happened last week at Myrtle Beach. 

Gail Bowick shared photos with WFMY News 2 that she took of an alligator resting along a highway. Neighbors in the area did some sight seeing.

SCDNR Tweeted that the the alligator was about 11 feet long and was found on Highway 707 near Tournament Blvd. 

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SCDNR said the gator was safely removed from the highway  and there were no injuries.

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