In a tragic incident that occurred last weekend in Zambia’s Kafue National Park, an 80-year-old American woman was attacked by an elephant while on a car safari. The woman, along with five other tourists, was chased by the elephant for hundreds of meters until the driver had to stop the vehicle due to a roadblock caused by vegetation.

The elephant, which had become separated from its herd, started chasing the vehicle as the tourists were being taken through the national park. A video shot by one of the tourists in a car captured the terrifying moment the elephant chased them. The driver was forced to stop the vehicle after encountering a road block caused by vegetation.

However, things took a turn for the worse when the elephant flipped the vehicle onto its side with its tusks, resulting in the tragic death of an 80-year-old woman and serious injuries to another tourist who was evacuated to a hospital in South Africa. The remaining tourists suffered minor injuries and are receiving trauma advice.

The director of the company that organized the safari expressed his condolences to the family of the deceased woman and offered support to other tourists and guides who participated in the incident. Shocking images of

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