A couple of Colorado women are recuperating after a moose attack northwest of Denver over the weekend.
They were walking their dogs in the city of Black Hawk when the encounter took place, the Gilpin County Sheriff’s Office said.
“All of a sudden, I looked up and he was looking right at me and grunted and then charged,” Jackqueline Boron told CNN affiliate KDVR. “I tried to get up, and he kept coming back and stomping on me.”
The attack left Boron with staples in the back of her head, 15 stitches on her leg and four broken ribs, KDVR reported.
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