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Lion Park / Scott Simpson / American / South African #1151316

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 02, 2015
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We all got a terrifying and tragic reminder of what can happen if the worlds of animal and man collide. When a lion mauled an American tourist to death yesterday at a South African wildlife park that lion has been penned up tonight. But it's hardly the only one to get far too close for comfort. NBC is Katy Tur has more. The 22 year old American woman was in an SUV driving through Lion Park with a male guide at the wheel taking pictures of lions like these with their windows down. Witnesses say w...
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Katy Tur
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00:01:34

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