A Florida family is remembering their loved one killed by an alligator.
Police say construction workers found the dismembered body of a woman in a sunrise canal Wednesday.
Family members say the woman was doing her daily jogging routine Tuesday, when the animal mauled her and pulled her into the water.
Witnesses say a woman matching the victim's description was seen sitting
Near the canal dangling her legs over the water
Whether the woman drowned or died from her injuries will be determined in an autopsy.
Wildlife workers say there have been only 25-fatal alligator attacks in Florida since 1948
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