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Hiker on trail near Colorado Springs trampled by a moose

  • Colorado wildlife authorities are warning visitors to keep their distance from wild animals in the wake of a moose trampling incident. The incident occurred when two hikers encountered a cow moose and its calf, prompting the moose to charge and trample one of the hikers.
  • This is the third reported moose attack on humans this year in Colorado. Officials are reminding people to respect wildlife and give them space, particularly those with young, and to ideally leave their dogs at home.
  • The trampled hiker sustained minor injuries and was able to walk and go to the hospital for treatment. Wildlife authorities emphasize that moose see dogs as predators and react in defense of themselves and their young.
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