CASPER — A bison rammed a family's rental car and cracked its windshield last week in Yellowstone National Park, a new viral video shows.
The Delle Chiaie family, who took the video, were caught in a stampede of bison Aug. 13 while driving through Lamar Valley.
“We had gone to Lamar Valley to try and view a moose we had seen the night before," said Bruce Delle Chiaie, the driver.
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The collision is just the latest incident involving visitors and bison in the park this summer.
Park officials have warned that visitors should stay 25 yards away from bison, elk, bighorn sheep, deer, moose, and coyotes and at least 100 yards from bears and wolves.