NEW YORK POST – JACKIE SALO
A deer gored a hunter to death with its antlers while the man was on an expedition in France, according to reports.
Regis Levasseur, who was not armed, was killed Monday at Compiègne National Park, which is 53 miles northeast of Paris, Local France reported.
Police said the 62-year-old hunter was serving as a beater, helping corner the game, when the deer charged at him in an “uncommon” attack.
The deer “stabbed him with [its] antlers” causing the man to die from internal bleeding at the scene, according to authorities.
Guy Harlé, president of the local hunters federation, said that generally deer are more inclined to run away in such a situation.