Bullsnake removed from car engine

|  August 15, 2017

A bullsnake shooed out of an Amarillo, Texas, McDonald’s was hit by a car, then made its way back to the restaurant’s parking lot and inside the engine of an employee’s SUV.

Employees watched as the snake made its way into the front of the vehicle and contacted a nearby wildlife rehabilitation center.

Wild West Wildlife Rehabilitation Center Founder Stephanie Oravetz and Dallas Dillard, owner of Diamondback Pest Control, took one hour to carefully remove the snake, which suffered 12 broken ribs. The snake was transported to the Canyon Road Animal Hospital to recover, according to the rehabilitation center.

The video below shows Dillard freeing the bullsnake.

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