Terrifying Video Shows Killer Whale Attacking SeaWorld Trainer
SAN DIEGO -- A video revealing an incident between a killer whale and its trainer at SeaWorld was released Tuesday during the SeaWorld v US Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis trial.

It happened in November 2006.

Trainer Kenneth Peters, 39, was bitten and held underwater several times by a 7,000-pound killer whale during a show at SeaWorld's San Diego park.

The 28-year old female Orca named Kasatka bit Peters' feet and took him to the bottom of the pool twice.

Peters suffered a broken foot and puncture wounds in the attack.

The 17-foot-long orca had attacked Peters two other times, in 1993 and 1999.

The video was obtained with a Freedom of Information Act by David Kirby, the author of the recently released book “Near Death at SeaWorld.”