Join an organization that is here to help. 
Other websites are relying on you to help them.  
The US Press Association is here to help YOU!
Please visit our new site will remain up as a fully functional archival and administrative site featuring national & local news, USPA Merchandise and US and International Memberships and press cards.

Member Photos - Concerts, Sports, Political and much more...

Read/Post Comment: 1 Posted by USPA


Tuttle, OK- Due to tornados, on Wednesday night at around 9:00 p.m. Tuttle's Interactive Exotic Zoological Park, Tiger Safari suffered extensive damage to their facility. It was reported that a number of exotic animals had escaped from their enclosures caused by the current weather conditions. At 9:30 p.m. G.W. Zoological Park was contacted to help capture and secure the loose animals. While enroute, G.W. crew members were informed that all of the animals at Tiger Safari were accounted for and contained in other enclosures that weren't damaged in the nights storm. Owner of Tiger Safari, Bill Meadows confirmed with G.W. Management that his facility had been secured. 
Because of their experience and knowledge, G.W. Zoological Park was contacted first to assist Tiger Safari in locating their escaped exotic animals. In the month of March, G.W. Management contacted Tiger Safari to help clean up their alligator facility that had been destroyed by arsons. For no other reason, but to help another animal lover in their time of need. 

Submitted by Timothy Sepi
printer friendly

Protected by Copyscape Online Plagiarism Tool

Other News Sources