Wild rhino chased back into forest after rampaging through Nepal city, killing woman

Forest officers and tamed elephants have chased a wild rhino back to the forest after it killed a woman and injured seven people in a rampage through a city in southern Nepal.

The Makwanpur District Administration office said Tuesday that the rhino was chased into the forest during the night, hours after it terrorized residents in Hetauda, a city of about 135,000 people.

The animal charged into the city from the jungle Monday morning and chased people around a downtown market and bus station, even entering a hospital.

A 61-year-old woman was fatally gored during the rampage.

People honked car horns and beat drums to drive away the animal, but were unsuccessful.

The rhino was not hurt.