Two people were injured when a moose man attacked a woman in Estes Park, Colorado, a state parks official said.
Video shows a woman thrown to the ground and rammed with bull elk, said Jason Clay, spokesman for Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
"She miraculously came out unharmed," Clay said. "She had some abrasions. She was not transported and did not need medical attention."
A man seen on video jumping out of the road slipped and hit his head on a rock but made no contact with the wild animal, Clay said. The unidentified man was hospitalized in an unknown state.
The confrontation took place two days before the annual Elk Fest in the city, scheduled for Saturday and Sunday.
Clay stated that the observers captured on video are too close to the animals, especially during mating season when the bulls may collide with each other as they are territorial in nature for females known as cows.
He said that at that time there might have been another bull provoking the attack.
Estes Park, adjacent to Rocky Mountain National Park, is about 70 miles northwest of Denver.
Lisa Torres and Ali Gostanyan contributed.