A 16-year-old Taiwanese girl has been gored by a bison while posing for a photo in Yellowstone National Park.
The girl sustained serious but not life-threatening injuries from the attack on Friday afternoon, the National Park Service said in a statement over the weekend.
The 16-year-old exchange student, whose name wasn't provided by the park service, was visiting Yellowstone with her host family.
As they were hiking near the geyser Old Faithful, they stopped where a group of people had gathered to watch a bison grazing next to the trail.
"The girl turned her back to the bison to have her picture taken when the bison lifted its head, took a couple steps and gored her," the park service said.
Park rangers who rushed to the scene took the girl to the Old Faithful Clinic at the park before she was airlifted out by helicopter for further treatment...
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