The owner of a wild animal park where a woman keeper was mauled to death by a tiger has insisted she died "from her own tragic mistake".
Writing on the park's Facebook page, zoo owner David Gill said she died "from her own tragic mistake".
Ms McClay, 24, was attacked by a Sumatran tiger at the park in Dalton-in-Furness, Cumbria, on Friday afternoon after she went into its enclosure.
From the investigations that have taken place it is clear that this tragedy was caused by a sad error of judgment and breach of protocols, in essence, keeper error.
More top news
A mother whose young daughter died after "shooting herself in the face" has been charged with murder.
Hundreds hit the streets of some of England and Scotland's biggest cities in protest over the "anti-immigration" tone of the Brexit campaign
Michael Fallon has received reassurances from his US counterpart that security ties with Britain will "endure" following a vote for Brexit.