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Albany woman found with stolen snake after Long Island crash

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An Albany woman and her reptilian passenger escaped serious injury when her car slammed into a Long Island fire station Monday evening, police said. According to police, Sara Espinosa, 22, of 38 S. Main Ave., was found after the crash with a small ball python around her neck. Espinosa was drunk, police said, and the snake had been stolen from a local pet store. The incident happened just after 7 p.m. in New Hyde Park, ...


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pro-tech
August 5, 2014
3:35 p.m.

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Not to bright to say the least

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