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Last weekend, a group of tourists were attacked by an elephant during a car safari in Zambia’s Kafue National Park. The incident occurred after the elephant, which had strayed from its herd, began chasing the vehicle that was carrying the tourists.

The driver was forced to stop the vehicle due to a road blockade caused by overgrown vegetation. One of the tourists captured a video of the terrifying moment when the elephant pursued them.

Unfortunately, during the chase, the elephant used its tusks to tip over the vehicle, resulting in the tragic death of an 80-year-old woman and injuring another tourist seriously enough to require evacuation to a hospital in South Africa. The remaining tourists sustained minor injuries and are receiving trauma counseling.

The CEO of the company that organized the safari expressed their deepest condolences to the family of the deceased woman and offered support to all those involved in the incident. The shocking images of the attack have circulated on social media, highlighting the dangers that can arise during wildlife encounters.

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