A woman in the United States threw “10 feet in the air” by a bison at Yellowstone Park

Woman throws '10 feet into the air 'by bison at Yellowstone Park in the United States

Bison injured more people than any other animal in Yellowstone.

A 25-year-old woman in the United States was attacked by a bison in Yellowstone National Park earlier this week. The park did not name the woman, but said in a statement that “the bison killed the woman and threw her into the air 10 feet.”

The woman from Ohio State was walking around the historic National Park when she saw a bison. He then approached the animal within 10 feet, with two other people around him when the incident occurred, the national park said in a release. The bison then approached the boardwalk where the woman was standing and proceeded to attack her.

Other injuries include a puncture wound to the woman. Emergency medical providers in the park responded immediately and took him by ambulance to Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center.

According to a press release posted by the park, “Wildlife in Yellowstone National Park is wild and can be dangerous to approach. When an animal is near a campsite, trail, boardwalk, parking lot, or a developed area, give it space. Stay 25 yards (23 meters) away from all large animals – bison, elk, bighorn sheep, deer, mouse and coyotes and bears and wolves at least 100 yards (91 meters) away. If necessary, turn around and go the other way to avoid contact with a nearby wild animal. ”

“This is the first reported incident in 2022 when a visitor threatened a bison (going too close to an animal) and the bison responded to the threat by killing the person,” it added.

Bison injured more people than any other animal in Yellowstone. They are unpredictable and can run three times faster than humans.

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