Australian driver fights off deadly snake that snuck into his vehicle, wrapped around his leg

TORONTO -- Police in Australia pulled over a man for allegedly speeding along a highway, only to find out he had been rushing to hospital, believing he was bitten by a poisonous snake that made its way into his vehicle.

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