Visitors return to the big cat sanctuary in California where a 550 lb. lion attacked and killed an intern. ABC News’ Richard Cantu reports.
The Project Survival Cat Haven outside Fresno re-opened. It was closed after a male African lion attacked and killed intern Dianna Hanson in enclosure. A moment of silence was observe in honor of Hanson.
Cat Haven founder Dale Anderson spoke with ABC News.
“It’s important for us to return back to normal operations at the cat haven,” he said. “And, uh, Dianna would really want us to do that.”
Fresno County detectives think someone accidentally left a door that should have been closed open, allowing the lion to enter the enclosure where Hanson was working.
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