Witness Adam Wilkerson, who took video of the incident, said he and his family heard the woman screaming for help and rushed to the scene. "Still sending prayers to her and her family".
She was taken to a hospital for injuries that were described as non-life-threatening, the report said.
A woman is now receiving medical treatment after a jaguar attacked her when she crossed over the safety barrier and climbed into the animal enclosure to try to take a selfie with it. "I could see the claws in her actual flesh". He ran to find the woman and saw her arm caught in the jaguar's claws. The woman can be seeing lying on the ground and shrieking in pain, with several deep lacerations to her arms. Wildlife World has both black and spotted jaguars. At no time was the animal out of its enclosure. "She's a wild animal and there were proper barriers in place to keep our guests safe- not a wild animals [sic] fault when barriers are crossed".
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It is reported that a guest ran over to help the woman who had crossed over a barrier to take a selfie with the jaguar.
His mother then came up behind him and pushed her water bottle through to the jaguar's cage. Shawn Gilleland of the Rural Metro Fire Department, was one of the firemen and paramedics present to respond to the incident; he provided information about the incident.
"When my mom put the water bottle through the gate, the jaguar let go of the girl. We pulled the girl back, and she collapsed", he told CNN.
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Wilkerson, who said he did't know how the woman got so close, said there were no zoo employees nearby when the attack happened. He said the injuries in the previous incident, which happened about a year or two ago, were minor. "But again, when people do not respect the barriers, there's always a chance there might be a problem".
"There's no way to fix people crossing barriers", Mickey Ollson, Zoo director, told AZFamily.com.
Litchfield Park is about 20 miles from Phoenix.
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