A woman was killed in a tiger attack at a China Safari park over the weekend, according to USA Today.
The woman, who has not been identified, got out of the car at Beijing Badaling Wildlife World after allegedly getting into an argument with her husband.
Surveillance video of the incident shows the woman getting out of the car and going to the driver's side. As she stood by the door, the tiger runs up and then drags her out of view.
The driver and another woman then jump out of the vehicle and run after the tiger.
A Chinese newspaper reported that the second woman was killed by the tiger. The other two people involved were injured.
Visitors at the park are not allowed to get out of their vehicles while driving through the park.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.