Wild bull attack injures two park rangers in Phetchabun

A wild bull charged at a group of 5 park rangers patrolling in Tat Mok National Park in Phetchabun province on Sunday afternoon. The bull hit squadron chief Woraphot Piraksa head-on, knocking out some of his enamel and injuring his face, mouth and body. Covert was additionally injured. The group made it to Phetchabun hospital by Sunday evening after one other team of rangers rescued them.
A helicopter rescue was out of the query because the staff were a two and a half hour walk away from the nearest landing spot. The ambulance despatched by National Park chief Thongchai Rajabuakaw parked as near as possible, 5 kilometres away.
Wild bull attacks are a real menace to park rangers. In September final 12 months, forest ranger Nakorn Sriruang was killed by a guar when it attacked him and his squad in Khao Yai National Park..

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