Wild elephants apparently went on a de*dly rampage in southern India, k*lling a man, damaging property, and injuring others.
The pachyderms "attacked" the city of Mysore in India's Karnataka state, but were eventually tranquillized according to the AP. Hundreds are apparently k*lled every year in India when these animals wander into urban areas.
Footage of the elephant goring a man was broadcast on New Delhi Television, according to the AP. There are photos of the incident in the slideshow below.
The two elephants were eventually tranquilized and chained to other elephants in order to keep them from freeing themselves and continuing their rampage.
A wild elephant attacks a vehicle on a street in Mysore, in the southern Indian state of Karnataka, Wednesday, June 8, 2011. News reports say two wild elephants have gone on a rampage and government officials are trying to tranquilize the animals. Every year hundreds of people across India d*e when wild animals wander into cities as their natural habitats shrink and they have to range farther for food.