Bison attacked a woman in Yellowstone National Park on Monday Morning. Park officials said this is the first incident of the year.

A 25-year-old woman from Ohio was bitten by bison in Yellowstone National Park on Monday morning.

According to the National Park Service, this woman was walking on a boardwalk in the Black Sand Basin, north of Old Faithful.

At the same time, the bison was walking near the boardwalk. The distance between the woman from the animal was 10 feet.

According to the Park Service, the bison tossed the woman 10 feet into the air. Due to this, the woman had to face many injuries.

The woman suffered puncture wounds as well as some other injuries. He was taken to the Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center for treatment.

Yellowstone officials say it is the first time in 2022 that a visitor to the park has been attacked by an animal.

Visitors to the park are required to maintain a prescribed distance to avoid contact with animals.

Visitors are required to stay at least 100 yards from bears and wolves, and more than 25 yards from larger animals, according to the park.