Woman gets out of car in tiger park
By Austin Ramzy. A woman was killed by a tiger over the weekend after jumping out of a car in a Beijing animal park to try to save her daughter from a tiger attack, local government officials said. At least one tiger mauled the women on Saturday at Badaling Wildlife World in a section that allows people to drive their own vehicles through a Siberian tiger enclosure, the Yanqing County government said in a written statement. Surveillance video that circulated widely online showed a woman exit a car, then walk to the other side of the vehicle, where she was attacked a few seconds later by a tiger. As the animal dragged her away, her husband and mother jumped out in an attempt to rescue her.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: Footage shows shocking tiger attack in Beijing's wildlife park
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- Shocking footage shows woman being attacked and dragged away by tiger
Family argument in wildlife park leaves woman dead after she leaves car and gets eaten by tiger
The tragic incident was sparked by a family row inside the Siberian tiger enclosure in Beijing, China,. The tragic incident began when a young woman got out of a car inside the Siberian tiger enclosure to berate her partner in the driver's seat. The older woman, known only by her surname Zhao, was then attacked by a second tiger who dragged her to her death as park rangers frantically tried to intervene. Yanqing district government said the tourists should be held accountable as they ignored warnings from the park authorities.
A young woman gets out of the front passenger seat, slams her door and stomps round to the driver's side. But within seconds, a tiger appears from nowhere and pounces on the woman's back from behind.
The man gets out of the car and for a moment appears unsure whether to get back in or go after the woman. Sources told ChinaNews said the accident involved a family of four including three adults and a child. As the vehicle travelled through the Siberian tiger garden area, there was an "altercation" between the young woman and man who was driving.
A zookeeper was killed at the same park in after being bitten by a Bengal tiger, according to Sina News. By Steve Robson. Jon Dean. Video Loading Video Unavailable. Click to play Tap to play. The video will start in 8 Cancel Play now.
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Woman Killed by Tiger After Exiting Her Vehicle at Beijing Animal Park
All rights reserved. In a video filmed by a fellow zoo visitor and posted on the blogging site Weibo, a group of Asiatic black bears can be seen rushing to the open car window. Witnesses say a child was in the backseat at the time.
Zhao said a park official in a nearby vehicle failed to come to the rescue. She also told the newspaper she signed an agreement not to exit her vehicle without knowing what it was and thinking it was some kind of registration to enter the park. The ticket taker did not explain it, she said. The newspaper cited a man surnamed Cao from Badaling Wildlife World as saying that the park would act according to government investigation report which had released the park from any responsibility. The park only agreed on , yuan of compensation against over 1.
China Tiger Attack Kills Woman at Drive-Through Animal Park
A year-old woman who was mauled by a tiger at a Beijing animal park last year has sued for damages, saying that visitors were not adequately warned of the safety risks. The plaintiff, identified only as Zhao, was attacked and dragged by a Siberian tiger after getting out of her car in a drive-through enclosure at Badaling Wildlife World in July last year. She had been visiting the park near a section of the Great Wall with her husband and mother. The mother was killed by a second tiger after she exited the car and rushed to rescue Zhao. Surveillance video of the attack was widely shared on social media, sparking heated debate over the women's actions and whether the country's wildlife parks are safe. Zhao is seeking compensation of 2. Zhao's lawyer, Wen Xiufeng, said after the trial that every wildlife park has to pass a third-party safety evaluation before it opens such drive-through attractions. We doubt the legality of the project and the park's business model. In addition, the park had no emergency response system in place to deal with such an incident, and it failed to take effective rescue measures when the tiger attacked, Wen said.
Woman wants £175k after mother was eaten by tiger in China
The tragic incident was sparked by a family row inside the Siberian tiger enclosure in Beijing, China,. The tragic incident began when a young woman got out of a car inside the Siberian tiger enclosure to berate her partner in the driver's seat. The older woman, known only by her surname Zhao, was then attacked by a second tiger who dragged her to her death as park rangers frantically tried to intervene. Yanqing district government said the tourists should be held accountable as they ignored warnings from the park authorities. A young woman gets out of the front passenger seat, slams her door and stomps round to the driver's side.
Please refresh the page and retry. Tigers at a wildlife park in Beijing have killed a woman and injured another after the pair left their vehicle following a family argument. Another tiger then mauled the second woman to death, before carrying off her body. The first woman was injured in the attack.
Woman Mauled By Tiger After Leaving Car Suing Wildlife Park
A dozen people have been injured after a car crashed into a shop in Greenacre, south-west Sydney. The driver was trapped in the car and had to be freed. A woman who was mauled by a tiger after getting out of her car at a wild animal park in Beijing is suing the park, saying she was not fully informed of the park's dangers and left the vehicle because she was carsick.
By Tracy You For Mailonline. A Chinese woman who saw her mother being mauled to death by a protected tiger has demanded a 1. The deceased woman, Ms Zhou, was trying to save her daughter, Ms Zhao, who had stepped out of their car in the animal enclosure and got dragged away by a hungry beast last year. Ms Zhou was killed instantly while Ms Zhao sustained serious injuries and was apparently left disabled. Ms Zhao pictured told Pear Video she hoped the park could bear part of the responsibility.
Shocking footage shows woman being attacked and dragged away by tiger
This is the shocking moment a woman was attacked and dragged away by a tiger. Chinese national Ms Zhou was attacked by the animal while attempting to rescue her daughter Zhao, who had been dragged away by the hungry tiger moments before, The Sun reports. The Badaling Wildlife World tragedy, which was captured on CCTV, happened after the pair got out of the safari vehicle they were travelling in following an argument. According to reports in Chinese media, the tiger pounced on the daughter before dragging her off. In a bid to rescue her daughter, Ms Zhou leapt from the vehicle and was attacked by a second tiger, mauling her to death.