Someone Call Ranger Smith!

A twenty-five year old woman was gored by a Bison as she approached it while vacationing in Yellowstone National Park. Wait a minute, I thought it was Jellystone National Park? Damn you Hannah-Barbera!

A woman was gored by a bison at Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming after she approached the animal Monday morning.

The unidentified 25-year-old from Grove City, Ohio, walked towards the bovine as it neared a boardwalk just north of Old Faithful.

Ohio, that explains it.

As she got within 10 feet of the animal, it gored her and tossed her 10 feet into the air. The victim suffered a puncture wound and other injuries and was taken to a hospital.

When she’s patched up, she should be sent to a mental institution. Nearly every animal in Yellowstone is dangerous, and you should steer clear of them… unless you’d like more holes in your torso.

Bison Don’t Care About Social Distance

Meet Deion Broxton, a reporter from NBC Montana. Deion was on location at Yellowstone National Park doing a live report when a herd of bison approached him. Yeah, that’s not ideal.

This is a video of NBC Montana reporter Deion Broxton briefly keeping it cool as a cucumber as he’s approached by a herd of bison outside Yellowstone National Park before deciding to retreat to his car’s hatchback for safety. He emerged a brief time later to get another video of the bison once they’ve moved off to a safer distance.

You can see the video at the link. It’s pretty hilarious.