Elephant flips car in national park

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WATCH: Elephant Flips Car In National Park


Two people on safari in South Africa's Kruger National Park were in for a shock when an elephant flipped the car they were in.

A British woman named Sarah Brooks is thought to be one of the passengers in the car, and BBC says she was stabbed in the leg with a tusk. The Telegraph reports the man in the car suffered less serious injuries and both are expected to make a full recovery.

The elephant was put down for 'posing a threat to tourists.'
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