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Two men fended off wolves with chainsaws in Polish forest: report

02.03.2021 15:40
Two lumberjacks working in a Polish forest defended themselves with chainsaws after being attacked by wolves, one of the pair has said.
Photo: Madeleine LewanderPixabay
Photo: Madeleine Lewander/Pixabay Pixabay licence

Marcin Bobola, a prosecutor from the south-eastern town of Brzozów, who spoke to one of the men, told reporters on Tuesday: "According to him, two wolves attacked him from the front, and a third from the rear. A colleague came to help him. The men turned on their chainsaws to drive the wolves away.”

Bobola added: “One of the men said the animals were growling all the time, and the whole incident was really dangerous.”

Bobola said such an attack was unusual. He added the incident on Monday would be investigated to check whether the animals really were wolves.

He said, however, he had received a number of reports that there was a wolf pack in the area which was not afraid of humans.


Source: PAP