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The mauling death of a longtime employee cleaning a cougar enclosure at a suburban Portland wildcat sanctuary this weekend is eerily similar to that of an intern killed by a lion at a wildcat park in California earlier this year.
It took one quick swipe, and the neck of 24-year-old Dianna Hanson was broken. Her death by lion was likely immediate, said Fresno, Calif., coroner David Hadden.
A 24-year-old Seattle woman working as an intern at a California wildcat sanctuary was mauled to death by her favorite lion, a 350-pound African beast named Cous Cous.