From Kruger Park Sightings FB page:
As you may all know, on Friday 11 May 2012 there was a reported elephant charge on a guided walking tour from Satara Rest Camp in the Kruger National Park.
KrugerSightings.com was the first to receive the photograph of the elephant charge from Jaco Kamffer who photographed and filmed the charge.
The tourists were watching a breeding herd of elephants that all got together and started charging the tourists.
The rangers guiding the walk were able to chase away the herd but a single female elephant continued charging them.
When the rangers realized that the female elephant went from a normal 50m to 11.5m from the tourists in 6 seconds, they had to do something.
The rangers fired 3 shots at the elephant. The third hitting the right tusk which finally made the elephant turn back. The charging elephant was injured but not killed.
Immediately after the tourists were back in camp after this dramatic walk, the rangers went to look for that female elephant, which they have not found yet.
Up to now the state of the elephant is unknown.