Boy killed by rampaging elephant
A wild elephant has trampled a boy to death in southern Vietnam.
A vice-village chief said the 14-year-old and relatives were riding motorcycles to a jungle fishing spot in Dong Nai province when they were attacked.
The boy suffered head and chest injuries and died on his way to a hospital.
Ngo Van Son said the boy's cousin and stepfather escaped unharmed.
The animal was part of a herd of seven wild elephants living in the area, some 75 miles north east of Ho Chi Minh City.
Mr Son said the elephants rarely attack people but are known to dislike things made of metal and have destroyed several motorcycles.
Vietnam has about 70 to 100 wild elephants remaining.