August 20, 2014
A public viewing is scheduled today for the teenage boy killed by a tiger in a Christmas Day attack at San Francisco Zoo.
The family of Carlos Sousa Jr. says the viewing in San Jose will be followed by a funeral tomorrow.
The 17-year-old died after the 350-pound Siberian tiger escaped from its enclosure and slashed his neck.
Police are investigating whether the tiger was taunted before attacking Sousa and his friends.
Brothers Paul Dhaliwal and Kulbir Dhaliwal were mauled but survived their injuries.
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