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Two people were injured Thursday after a variety of fierce, will be charged at a woman in Estes Park, Colo., the officials said.
In a video recorded by a witness, a woman, is considered by many to be on the floor at her feet, to ward off a bull moose that had charged at her with its antlers.
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In the adult male, which can weigh up to 1,100 pounds and stand 5 feet tall, back off to charge the battery of the wife, after that she starts to move around.
In the second video, the Estes Park public works employee Brian Berg, will be seen to be driving his Ford Ranger pick-up truck between a woman and a bull moose. At that point, the animal, and the costs of the car, and turn your head.
“I’ve never had to do that, but I didn’t see people in trouble, and I thought to myself that I could do it quickly,” Hill told FOX31. “I know it’s the best thing to me at that point in time was to take the truck to get in between the two of them.
A second man was injured during the incident after he jumped out of the way of the creature, slipped and fell and hit his head on a rock, the NBC News reported. It can be seen in the video, on the floor, not far from the woman’s.
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The woman was not seriously injured and do not seek medical help, but the man was taken to the hospital in unknown condition, officials said.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials are warning visitors to avoid the large animals, such as they were in the middle of the breeding season
CPW spokesman Jason Clay, told FOX31 that the people in the video were too close to the elk.
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“We are in the rut (mating season), and bull moose will aggressively defend their harems. A Bull moose will fight over breeding rights,” he said. “Do not let the moose go away on their own never to get that close, because something like this was going to happen.”
The officials said that they have a problem with is the same each and every day before that.