Rangers, Bison’s Gore man after indicting a family visiting Yellowstone National Park

A Bison indicts family He visited Yellowstone National Park and killed a man, Park Ranger said.

A 34-year-old man from Colorado Springs, Colorado, was attacked by a bison near Old Faithful on Sunday, June 27, according to the National Park Service.

“When the bull Bison charged the group, the man was walking along the promenade with his family,” park officials said in a news release on June 28. “The family did not leave the area, and the bull Bison continued to charge and attack the male.”

Video taken by Shared with Rob Goodell and NBC Montana As the bison rushes towards them, it shows that the family is in a hurry to pick up the little child. The video shows that older relatives threw their children into the air and kept them away from the bison while other families were running.

According to the video, Bison then turned around and walked in the opposite direction of his family.

A man’s arm was injured and was taken to the Eastern Idaho Community Medical Center. Park officials did not reveal his condition or identity.

Bison hit tourists in Yellowstone for the second time in 2022.

Bison attacks tourists and throws her 10 feet in Yellowstone National Park, Ranger says

On May 30, a 25-year-old woman was attacked by a bison and thrown into the air 10 feet. The woman was walking towards Bison on the promenade near Old Faithful Geyser, and she came within 10 feet.

Over the years, several tourists have been injured by bison in Yellowstone.

“Bison injured more people in Yellowstone than any other animal,” Park Ranger said. “They are unpredictable and can run three times faster than humans.”

Bison is a huge animal According to the park, it weighs up to 2,000 pounds and can run up to 30 mph. Park visitors should always be at least 75 feet away from the bison.

Last year, when a 30-year-old woman encountered Bison and was seriously injured, she was hiking with a friend on the Yellowstone Trail. At that time, the park ranger didn’t know why Bison hurt the woman.

In 2020, women Knock on the ground By Bison after she came within 25 feet. A 72 year old woman When she approached the animal to take a picture, she was also attacked by a yellowstone bison.

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