Pack Of Wolves Reverse Course After Hearing Elderly Woman Fall In Kitchen

“THEY CAN SENSE WEAKNESS” said John Mackinaw, a forest ranger at Banff national park, “if you are sick or old make sure you have a means to defend yourself.” With the harsh winter ending, many wolf packs will be on the look-out for an easy meal. “When we arrive at the scene of a fall we often encounter several hungry timber wolves,” said Life-Alert worker Alan Thomas, “We try to get there before the wolves do but we’re not always quick enough and usually have to fight them off.” It is estimated that 67% of elderly people who fell down last year were carried into the woods by predators.

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