Woman Airlifted To Hospital After Being Mauled By Mountain Lion In British Columbia

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This goes to the trend @Andrew Anglin recently noted, of a seeming increase of animal attacks on people related to normies retreating from society due to the rona hoax and emboldening wildlife to push into civilization and get into conflict with people. This attack happened on the woman's property, rather than deep inside some nature conservation area, although it appears she was a ruralite living in the countryside.

This follows a fatal mauling of a woman in Colorado by black bears as hyperlinked above, as well as the mauling of another woman in North Carolina by a rabid bobcat two weeks ago, and another fatal mauling of a tour guide by a grizzly bear in Yellowstone two weeks ago. Also in British Columbia, a man was attacked by multiple coyotes in an urban Vancouver park two weeks ago, officials quoted by the local media in that incident claimed an uptick in reports of aggressive coyotes in the area since last year preceded the attack.

B.C. woman airlifted to hospital with serious injuries in a cougar attack

AGASSIZ, B.C. β€” The British Columbia Conservation Officer Service says a woman has been airlifted to hospital with serious injuries after being attacked by a cougar.

about an hour ago By: Canadian Press
Updated about an hour ago


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AGASSIZ, B.C. β€” The British Columbia Conservation Officer Service says a woman has been airlifted to hospital with serious injuries after being attacked by a cougar.
The service posted on Twitter that the attack happened Tuesday morning at the woman's remote property west of Agassiz in the Fraser Valley, about 110 kilometres east of Vancouver.

It says the conservation service's predator attack team responded to the scene, as did paramedics and the RCMP.

B.C. Emergency Health Services says in a statement it received a call just before 8:15 a.m. about the attack along a forest service road and deployed an air ambulance as well as three ground ambulances.

It says the patient was transported in serious condition to a trauma hospital.

Further details on the woman's condition aren't yet known.

A series of cougar sightings and attacks on dogs earlier this spring in the Port Moody area of Metro Vancouver led to one cougar being caught and euthanized.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published May 4, 2021.

 

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It's not the cougars fault it's a cougar!
 

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It's not the cougars fault it's a cougar!
Exactly!!! Why put the critter down? If you don't want to get mauled then don't walk through their living room unannounced.
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