Last week, Yellowstone National Park released a statement explaining that a 72-year-old woman from California had been gored by a wild bison after she approached it multiple times to take its picture. Footage of the lead-up to the attack, captured by fellow campers, made its way online. It was captured by the Larsen family camping near the 72-year-old and her husband. According to the family, the woman approached the wild bison multiple times, ignoring warning signs like the bison “making noises and blowing steam out.” Yellowstone officials originally said that the woman “approached within 10 feet of a bison multiple times to take its photo.” In fact, based on the footage, 10 feet may have been an exaggeration as it appears the woman is within arm’s reach of the beast at one point. Shortly after this, the bison lost patience and charged, throwing the woman 10 to 15 feet, and then attacking her again when she regained consciousness and tried to get up. Fortunately, a member of the Larsen family is a nurse and was able to tend to the lady while they waited for park rangers to arrive. The woman was eventually airlifted to an Idaho hospital. She has been released.