A reindeer on a farm west of Fort Collins injured a man badly enough he was taken to a nearby hospital.
Annie Bierbower, Poudre Fire Authority spokesperson, told the Coloradoan they received a report of an adult male injured by a reindeer just before 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
The Pulse Point app indicated a medical emergency call at 7:23 p.m. and the location to be Larimer County Road 38E, which winds west of Fort Collins around Horsetooth Reservoir to Masonville.
Bierbower said she could not provide condition of the patient or address of the incident.
Reindeer are legal in Colorado and are considered alternative livestock. The animals require a permit or license issued by U.S. Department of Agriculture, Colorado Department of Agriculture or Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
The injury comes just more than a week after an archery hunter was seriously injured by a moose he shot at in the Long Draw area about 70 miles west of Fort Collins.
This story will be updated as more details become available.