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A woman was taken to the hospital after being attacked by a moose in the Blue Mountain area.

It happened as the victim walked her dogs about 5:30 PM Thursday. Missoula Rural Fire officials said they suspect the moose attacked the woman in protection of her calf.

The woman was taken to the hospital with bruises and scrapes.

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