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Rattlesnake found in the backseat of an Arizona woman’s car

March 5 (UPI) — An Arizona woman said it was lucky she was parked and not moving when she discovered a rattlesnake in the backseat of her car.

Milan Watt of Phoenix said she was sitting in the parked car with her boyfriend when he spotted the snake lurking behind them.

“He turned around and he had seen a tongue, like it was snapping at him,” Watt told KPNX-TV. “I’ve gone crazy.”

Watt said it was a good thing the car was parked at the time.

“I don’t know what I would have done if I had seen it while I was driving. I would have crashed the car,” Watt said.

She said the car is often parked in desert areas and the snake may have been in the vehicle for up to two weeks.

“I drove around for two weeks with a hose in my car,” she said. ‘We felt really comfortable in that car. That snake has made its home there.”

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Watt called 911 but was told emergency services could not help as there was no immediate threat from the snake.

She posted a video of the snake in the backseat on TikTok.

“A diamondback rattlesnake entered, or this was an attempted murder,” she wrote.

Watt said her boyfriend eventually opened all the car doors and used a tree branch to remove the intruder.

Watt said from now on she will check all seats and under all seats before driving.

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