Briton in South Africa gored by elephant that overturned her car

Briton in South Africa gored by elephant that overturned her car

The teacher, who works at the Sir John Gleed School in Spalding, Lincolnshire, and her South African fiancee Jans de Klerk, were attacked by the elephant in Kruger National Park on December 30.

The couple have now returned to England after Miss Brooks spent more than a week recovering from a pelvis fracture and stitches to her right leg after the elephant’s tusk pierced it.

The pair have received death threats since footage of the attack – which they say was heavily edited to make it look as if they drove towards the animal – went viral.

The 30-year-old science teacher told the Daily Mail she “completely freaked” as the elephant stormed towards them and in her panic was unable to find reverse in the hire car.

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