She'd rescued the snake the day before.
Firefighters rescued an OH woman from a boa constrictor that was biting her face on Thursday.
The woman was taken to a hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries.
Firefighters raced to the woman's house in the small OH town of Sheffield Lake on Thursday and cut the 5 1/2-foot-long serpent's head off with a pocket knife.
The dispatcher then asked the woman if she was having trouble breathing or swallowing. The woman said there was "blood everywhere".
The ambulance which was immediately dispatched to help the woman found her lying in her midway in Sheffield Lake, the heavy-bodied snake (boa constrictor) was wrapped around woman's neck.
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Listen to audio of the 911 call in the player above.
"Oh, please! I have a boa constrictor stuck to my face!" the woman was heard telling the operator.
The incident happened Thursday in Sheffield Lake, Ohio, west of Cleveland, WJW reports.
"I'm just really pleased with the paramedics response and you know the thought, to think that quick to take out a pocket knife", Mayor of Sheffield Lake, Dennis Bring told CBS News affiliate WAFB. A firefighter had to cut the snake's head with a pocket knife in order to release the woman from its grasp.
"Boa constrictor", the woman repeated.
"I would imagine the bite was very painful so she's going to have to put up with that awhile, too".