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A Pennsylvania woman is attacked by a buffalo in Yellowstone for the second time this week

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A 71-year-old Pennsylvania woman was attacked by a bison on Wednesday inYellowstone National Park. Shortly thereafter, another visitor was attacked by a bison in the park. 

According to the National Park Service, a woman from West Chester, Pennsylvaniawas attacked by a bull bison near Storm Point on Lake Yellowstone on Wednesday. 

A bison grazing in a field at Yellowstone National Park. 

Grazing in the fields of Yellowstone Bison National Park.  (National Park Service)

A woman and her daughter "inadvertently" approach a bison while returning to a car and charge an animal. I was allowed to. , Said the NPS. 

The woman suffered a non-life-threatening injury and was transferred to West Park Hospital in Cody, WyomingNPS said in a press release

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The incident is under investigation. 

On Monday, a bull in the park, Bison, attacked a 34-year-old Colorado man. The park said a Colorado Springs visitor was walking with his family on the promenade near the Giant Geyser when the animals prosecuted the group. 

The man suffered an injury to his arm and was taken by ambulance to the Eastern Idaho Community Medical Center. 

And on May 30, after approaching Bison in Yellowstone, another woman was killed. A 25-year-old woman from Globe City, Ohio, said she suffered puncture wounds and other injuries, the NPS said. 

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In the park, at least 25 yards from big animals such as bison It is advisable to leave. At least 100 yards away from elks, bighorn sheep, deer, moose, coyotes, and bears and wolves. 

Fox News Julia Musto contributed to this report

Bradford Betz is a FoxNews Digital reporter. Story tips can be sent and Twitter:@ Bradford_Betz.