Shocking Tiger attack on a Woman who got out of her car in Beijing's Wildlife Park

Updated Saturday 15 September 2018 17:20
Watch this footage that shows a woman who defied the rules to get out her car at a wildlife park. What followed up wasn't funny at all. In fact, there are rumours that the second woman who got out to save the girl, who was her mother, died.

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According to the post on Youtube, One woman was killed and another injured after a pair of tigers pounced on them at Beijing's Badaling Wildlife Park on Saturday afternoon. 

The tigers attacked one of the women when she left her vehicle and walked a few meters away from the car. The surveillance video footage shows the woman being dragged by the tiger, which prompted the second woman, who later turned out to be her mother, to rush for help.However, she didn't survive the attack.

While the park allows visitors to drive their own cars in a safari-style tour, they are prohibited to get out as the animals roam freely through the park. But the first woman got out of the car after an alleged argument, putting her life at risk, according to several media reports. 

The park has been closed for the time being. But the weekend attack wasn’t the first. In August 2014, a security guard was killed in a tiger attack at the same park.

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