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Image caption A tiger at Hamerton zoo - it is not known if this was the animal involved

Tributes to zoo-keeper killed in tiger incident

"All our thoughts and sympathies are with our colleagues, friends and families at this dreadful time," says a spokesman for the wildlife park where a zoo-keeper died after a tiger entered the enclosure she was in.

Rosa King, 33, was described as the "focal point" of Hamerton Zoo, Cambridgeshire, and a "shining light" among staff. The park remains closed, as police investigate what happened.

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What the papers say

Several newspapers lead on the death of zoo-keeper Rosa King. "All hell broke loose," the Daily Star quotes one visitor to Hamerton Zoo as saying. "It was total panic." Her colleagues were "too distressed to talk", reports Metro. Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn's appearances before a TV audience, and then Jeremy Paxman, also make the front pages, with the i describing them as "bruising".

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