Woman suffered severe burns while trying to rescue her dog from the hot spring in Yellowstone Park

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Officials said on Tuesday that a woman suffered severe thermal burns from shoulder to toe while trying to rescue her dog that jumped into the hot spring in Yellowstone National Park.

On Monday, a 20-year-old woman from Washington State was visiting a park in Wyoming when she and her father got out of the car and looked around. Press Releases From the park.

The park said that their dog then jumped out of their car and ran into the Maiden’s Tomb Spring near the Huodong River.

The woman followed the dog into the hot spring to save it, and her father pulled her out.

After receiving initial treatment from park rangers and local fire officials, she was taken to the Burn Center of the Eastern Regional Medical Center in Idaho.

The dog has been taken out of the hot spring and its condition is unknown.

Park officials said they are investigating.

Huangshi officials remind visitors that the ground in the hydrothermal area is fragile and thin, with hot water underneath.

Yellowstone Park has more than 10,000 hydrothermal features, including geysers and hot springs, which can be used as Hot to nearly 200 degrees According to the US Geological Survey, the temperature in Fahrenheit.

The park said: “Everyone must stay on boardwalks and trails and be extra careful around thermal features.”

This woman’s burns are the second serious injury in the Yellowstone National Park hot zone this year.

A 19-year-old franchise employee from Rhode Island suffered second and third degree burns near the Old Faithful Geyser last month and was also sent to the burn center. Park officials said.
Last May, a woman fell into a hot landscape while Yellowstone Park was closed due to the coronavirus pandemic and was burned.she Tell the park ranger When she fell, she was stepping back to take pictures.
Last October, a 3 years They were burned when they ran off a trail and slid into a small thermal feature near the Midway Geyser Basin.

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