From this story on clickorlando.com:
Deputies and officials from the Florida Fish and Wildlife say they freed an alligator that got stuck in a roadway storm drain Friday. According to the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office, the alligator was stuck in a storm drain at the intersection of 94th Avenue and 117th Street North, located a few blocks from a nearby elementary school. At 1:30 pm, deputies said they were notified of the stuck gator from a concerned citizen. When law enforcement arrived, deputies said they found the 8-foot animal stuck in the drain with its head trapped in the opening. When a trapper from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission responded to the scene, officials said deputies and bystanders helped pull the alligator out of the drainage opening.