Man attacked by a goat in NSW Blue Mountains

Man attacked by a goat in NSW Blue Mountains
A man in his 60s has suffered leg injuries after being attacked by a goat in the NSW Blue Mountains.
Three ambulance crews were dispatched to help the man who was attacked near the Knapsack Viaduct near Glenbrook.
He has been taken to Nepean Hospital in a stable condition.
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The goat inflicted leg injuries on a man in Glenbrook. (Nine)
"We attend quite a few jobs involving animals but being called to a goat attack is one of the more bizarre," NSW Ambulance Inspector David Patterson said.
"These types of jobs can be quite challenging for paramedics and other emergency services, especially with the possibility of an angry animal lurking in the area.
"Paramedics need to be able to get to the patient quickly, but also have to ensure they are not putting themselves at risk."
The area around the Knapsack Viaduct is part of a popular bushwalking track, though it is not known if the victim was bushwalking at the time of the attack.
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