Spine-chilling video: Woman dragged, killed by tiger at safari park in China
The attack took place at Beijing Badaling Wildlife World, when one of the women left the vehicle following an altercation.
Beijing: In a horrifying incident, a woman was mauled to death by a tiger at a Chinese safari park.
The nerve-racking video shows a middle-aged woman flouting the warnings by getting out of the car at the Badaling Wildlife World, near the Great Wall of China.
The tragic incident took place on Saturday when a young woman got out of a car during a family row.
A tiger quickly pounced on her.
An older woman, believed to be her mum, and a man went to her rescue. However, a second tiger attacked the older woman and dragged her to her death.
Watch the blood-curdling video:
WATCH:Shocking visuals of a woman being dragged and killed by a Tiger in a safari park in Beijing. (Source:CCTV)https://t.co/lXnbdYzrqI
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The park has been ordered to close for "rectification".
The park allows visitors to drive their own cars safari style through an open space where the animals roam free.
Visitors are cautioned not to alight from their vehicles.
A report on online news portal Sohu said that park personnel quickly rushed to the women's aid, but were too late to save one of them.
The younger woman remains in hospital with serious injuries.