FD releases 911 tape following jaguar clawing woman at zoo

A black jaguar at Wildlife World Zoo in Arizona

A black jaguar at Wildlife World Zoo in Arizona

A witness who came to the woman's aid told KPHO that he'd heard someone yelling for help. "And she was holding it, her other arm, with her hand attached to the paw, just screaming, screaming, screaming to get out", witness Adam Wilkerson said.

"When my mother put the water bottle through the gate, the jaguar let go of the girl".

A woman who crossed the barrier of a jaguar enclosure at an Arizona zoo was hospitalized Saturday after the animal attacked her. The woman sustained non-life-threatening injuries at the Wildlife World Zoo in Litchfield Park.

Paramedics were called to treat the woman for lacerations to her arm.

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He said the same animal had previously attacked someone else who crossed the barrier, but not as seriously. The zoo director says a year ago it scratched another person who crossed the barrier. There, he saw the victim's arm caught by the jaguar's claws.

The zoo confirmed that "at no time was the animal out of its enclosure", asking visitors to "please understand why barriers are put in place".

Footage of the incident showed at least one gash on the woman's left forearm as she writhed on the ground in pain on Saturday.

"Sending prayers to the family tonight", the zoo's tweet read.

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Wilkerson said he was standing behind the woman, but didn't want to pull her off.

In a tweet, Wildlife World Zoo assured the public that nothing will happen to the jaguar as a result of the incident. "It's really stressful", Humane Society of the United States president and CEO Kitty Block said.

Video of the aftermath of the attack went viral on Sunday, with over one million views and 10,000 shares. "These are wild animals and those barriers are put there for a reason". "Still sending prayers to her and her family". Ollson told AZFamily.com that zoo officials will look at whether more barriers should be added to the exhibits to keep guests away from the animals.

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