You can tell the tourist season is in full bloom in Yellowstone National Park.
Carl Dullmaier, 56, of Gernsheim, Germany, was thrown from a horse near Tower Junction. He later died from head injuries after being lifeflighted to a Billings, Montana, hospital, according to a National Park Service press release.
Then a 37-year-old man from Provo, Utah, suffered thermal burns on the Solitary Geyser Trail in the Upper Geyser Basin. He was transported by ambulance to West Yellowstone, Montana, and by plane to the Salt Lake City, Utah, Burn Center.
Finally, the trifecta: A 65-year-old male British national from Bangkok, Thailand was thrown into the air by a bull bison at Mammoth Hot Springs. He was transported to Memorial Hospital in Livingston, Montana.
At least no one was attacked by a grizzly bear.