A British teacher seriously injured when an elephant attacked her car in South Africa last month has been discharged from hospital.
Remarkable video shows the elephant flipping the car at Kruger National Park on 30th December last year.
Sarah Brooks, a teacher from Lincolnshire, was airlifted to hospital after the animal's tusks stabbed her thigh, BBC News reported.
A sequence of images from the video shows how the elephant managed to overturn the vehicle:
Watch the video here - the attack begins at 1:22 into the footage which contains language some viewers may find offensive
Another male passenger also received less serious injuries.
"Of course they were totally frightened but also thankful that they were alive," Kruger general manager William Mabasa is quoted as saying by the BBC.
"The car is a wreck, if I may put it that way.
"I mean it was completely flattened but fortunately the elephant concentrated on the back of the car, that's why we still have our guests alive now as I speak."
Mbasa said the animal had to be killed because its behaviour had become unpredictable.
"It could have engaged in a fight with other bulls where it was eventually expelled, and when an elephant is in that state it will be very aggressive and I think that's the reason why we had a case like this one," he said.