British soldiers training in Kenya flee for their lives after elephants charge at them

A British soldier training in Kenya has filmed the moment he came face to face with a charging elephant and had to run for his life.

Combat medical technician Chris Abba got more than he bargained for when he and a colleague stopped to take footage of some passing elephants.

The 25-year-old, from Nottingham said: “We just stopped, got our phones out and walked towards them. We had a briefing saying that if they start looking at you, flapping the ears and walking towards you, it means they’re going to charge.”

The soldiers had

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