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Løveangreb: Zookeeper is in critical condition


How to describe the australian ambulanceredder Faye Stockman situation where she had to get a rent a zookeeper to the rescue in the lion enclosure in Shoalhavens zoo.

the Lions had however been secured by ambulancens arrival - a few meters from the spot where the attack took place.

She found the 35-year-old female zookeeper unconscious on the ground.

The typing of the australian media, the ABC.

- We treated her for deep wounds on her neck and head injuries. We brought her over to an awaiting rescue helicopter where she was transported to St. George Hospital, says Faye Stockman.

the Zookeeper is in critical, but stable condition.

She extols the park's staff, who helped to secure the animals so that she could concentrate on tending to the patient.

A zookeeper from Shoalhaven Zoo com bad injuries when she was attacked by two lions. Photo: Stringer / Ritzau Scanpix

According to Greg More, who is the lead investigator on the case, attack the two lions, while the keeper cleaned the enclosure.

He also praises the staff quickly to secure the situation.

- It has understandably had an impact on the employees - it is a small zoo with a closely connected staff. Praise to them for following their training, that allowed, that their colleague could quickly be attended to, says Greg More to the ABC.

It is still too early to say whether the lions should be killed.

- We are now looking at what happened, and we take a decision when the investigation is complete, tells More.

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