A 49-year-old grandmother in Wales is reportedly “fortunate to be alive” after she was trampled by a “frenzied” herd of cattle whereas strolling within the countryside.
Lisa Wells, from a city on the north coast of Wales, was strolling together with her seven-year-old granddaughter Bethan when she was charged by the animals, the BBC reported.
She suffered accidents to her ribs, shoulder and hand, and her accomplice mentioned it could have been worse if two mountain bikers had not intervened.
“The herd was led by a giant bull they usually had surrounded Lisa and Bethan on a small mound of upper floor,” Chris Mutton instructed the BBC.
After listening to screams, two mountain bikers went to assist, making an attempt to scare the cattle away.
“The 2 guys instructed me that the herd had been foaming on the mouth in some form of frenzy and the bull was gouging the bottom together with his head and stamping his toes,” Mr Mutton mentioned.
“They managed to shoo the herd away after which everybody made off to attempt to get to the security of a fence line when the herd turned and charged.
“Lisa did not fairly make it. She put herself in between the bull and little Bethan.”
Rescuer Alun Jones mentioned “it was mad — in contrast to something I’ve ever seen earlier than”.
Ms Wells suffered a damaged shoulder, seven damaged ribs and a wound on her hand, whereas her granddaughter escaped with bruises.
Mr Mutton mentioned his accomplice was “very fortunate to be alive” after the incident.