Tiger kills visiting woman safari park after she exits car
گاڑی میں بیٹھتے لڑکی کے ساتھ چین میں پیش آیا دل دہلا دینے والا واقعہ؛ خوفناک ویڈیو بچے نہ دیکھیں
Tigers killed a woman and severely injured a second when they left their vehicle at a wildlife park in Beijing on Saturday, mainland media reports.
The two women were part of a four-member group being driven through Badaling Safari World, where part of the attraction is how closely the freely roaming lions and tigers can get to the vehicles, according to the Legal Evening News.
A dispute with the driver broke out, and one of the women opened the door to get out, the report said. A tiger rushed up and snatched her in its jaws and pulled her away. The second woman got out to rescue her, but another tiger attacked and killed her. Park management rescued the first woman, who was sent to hospital and was in stable condition on Sunday, according to the News.
The report did not give the names of the victims or details about their relationship.
Visitors to the park, located in the Yanqing district near the Great Wall, are permitted to drive their own vehicles through the area but are warned not to get out.
The park has been ordered to temporarily close while an investigation is carried out.