Shocking footage of two women being attacked by tigers after a family row at a safari park has emerged online.
The horrific attack, which left one woman dead and the other seriously injured, happened at Badaling Wildlife Park in Beijing, China when a young woman got out of her car while in the Siberian tiger enclosure.
As she walked round the car to argue with her partner, she turned her back on a tiger which pounced on her and dragged her away as her frantic family tried to rescue her, The Mirror reports.
A second, older woman also got out of the car to help but was then attacked by a second tiger, and park authorities confirmed she has died as a result of the attack.
The younger woman was seriously injured in the attack and remains in hospital.
ChinaNews reports the accident involved a family of four including three adults and a child, and that the safari park has been closed while authorities investigate exactly what happened.
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