And when it hit that plumber’s cart, now they’re up against a hillside. Plumber’s cart’s parked up against a hillside, there’s a light pole there, there’s the elephant, the elephant spins, and when she spins, not meaning to, but when she spins, the keeper loses his footing, because it’s early morning, there’s dew on the ground on that hillside, and goes down. Now we all know that it’s not a good thing to go down underneath an elephant. And so he slid down between the front two legs of the elephant, and unfortunately, but completely human nature, his response at that point was to grab a hold of the tusk to try to pull himself up again. And of course the elephant’s perception of that is that, there’s something under me, I can’t see it well, and it’s pulling on me, and I don’t know what to do. I’m panicked, the cart’s shaking, things are surging, and here’s my calf, and I’ve spun around, and I’m upset, and now something’s underneath me. I don’t know what to do. And so, unfortunately, she took it out on the keeper, and our curator was there.