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A Utah man is previously been gored by a buffalo during a summer rotation at a state park, and thought that it would be safe to get a date on the same route at the weekend, to find out it was just a “freak accident.” He was in the wrong.
Kyler Bourgeous, 30, was seriously injured in June after he was gored and trampled by a bison while it’s running, along with the Frary Peak Trail at Antelope Island State Park. According to reports at the time, he did a hip and shoulder injuries, and injuries to his ribs and internal organs in the body.
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“I thought my incident was a freak accident,” he told the Washington Post on Monday. “But, apparently, they’re a lot more aggressive than I ever would have guessed.”
Bourgeous, invited the 22-year-old Kayleigh Davis, to sunset on the same trail this past Friday night, thinking that it was a good time to make his first return to the park because of his offense. He later told KSL-TV that he thought “we would be happy to go back there.”
However, the duo were in for a big surprise.
Davis told the Associated Press that they were spotted at a buffalo, about a quarter of a mile of the route. She remained as still as a statue, turned around, and walked back to her friend.
UTAH MAN GORED, TRAMPLED IN A BISON ATTACK ON THE TRAIL FOR A RUN
“I saw four cyclists approaching me on the trail, so I waved to them to try to get their attention,” she said. “But when I look back over my shoulder and see him charging at me… and I think that they (the bikers) being chased for them.”
“I’m up in the air, thinking,” What will happen to me after this?'” Davis said on Monday.
The incident has left her with a broken ankle and a gash on her leg.
Davis, and Bourgeous’ they are both reported to be on the island this year, but Lt Eric Stucki with Utah State Parks does not believe the victim, “if there is anything out of the ordinary,” the work is not up against the bison.
Davis was still in the hospital Monday recovering from her injuries, and the couple have said that they will be in the future, no dates are planned for the island.
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Antelope Island-wildlife-hundreds and hundreds of bison. The state park is connected to the Great Salt Lake’s south shore is a 7-kilometre-long route.
Fox News, Travis Fedschun, and the Associated Press contributed to this report.