Sri Lanka crocodile killed a correspondent Financial TimesUncategorized September 15, 2017
In Sri Lanka the attack of a crocodile killed a British correspondent of the Financial Times newspaper. It is reported by the BBC.
Eyewitnesses said that the 24-year-old Paul Macklin from Surrey crocodile dragged into the river, attacking him when he washed his hands. Later his body was found in the lagoon.
“Paul Macklin was a brilliant young journalist with a great future in FT. We will miss him,” said Financial Times editor Lionel Barber.
According to the Agency, McClean would be a graduate of Oxford and a member of team FT in London.
Previously on the river there were three attacks by crocodiles on humans, but none of them died.
Earlier in India man trampled to death by a wild elephant after he tried to do with animals photo.