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A bison stampede stopped traffic in Yellowstone, and one family filmed the horrible moment a bison plowed into their car

29 days ago   |   By Business Insider

A family got caught ina bison stampede at Yellowstone National Park .
The stampede caused traffic on the road to come to a halt.
During that time, one animal plowed into a family's vacation rental car while they were trapped inside.
Footage of the moment is pretty scary.
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Bison are wild, unpredictable animals - just take it from the Delle Chiaie family who learned that the hard way. Last week, the group was on a trip to Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming when they got caught in a bison stampede that caused traffic to come to a halt.
While the...
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Watch bison stampede as one slams into family's rental car

Watch bison stampede as one slams into family's rental car

29 days ago   |   By NBC News

The bison cracked a window and crushed part of the car. "Oh man, there goes some money," someone in the car remarked, noting they had not gotten rental car insurance.
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