The woman has rescued other snakes, and now has two boa constrictors and nine ball pythons in her home.
Authorities say firefighters have rescued an OH woman after a boa constrictor wrapped around her neck and began biting her face.
The woman told the 911 dispatcher she rescued the snake the previous day, was taken to the hospital for non-life-threatening injuries, according to The Chronicle-Telegram.
To the dispatcher's credit, she tries her best to calm down the understandably frightened victim.
The shocked dispatcher asked her to clarify what she had on her face and the woman repeated, "Boa constrictor".
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"No, I'm just scared", she replied.
Card said officers later disposed of the boa constrictor in a garbage bin close to City Hall.
"I would imagine the bite was very painful so she's gonna have to put up with that while [SIC] too".
The story is about a woman who takes a snake in to rescue it and nurse it to health only to be attacked by it. And now she's gonna have to make a decision on whether she continues to do this. "But, we'll see", Mayor Bring said.
Perhaps the proximity to the lake is one reason for the woman's abundance of snakes, with 11 snakes in the woman's possession prior to the snake-biting incident.