Bull charges at pair filming rodeo

TALK about getting into the thick of things, journalists Kirsty Mugridge and Emily Smith became a part of the Glenden Rodeo on Saturday when they found themselves the target of a charging bull.

Not surprisingly, the pair left it until the last minute to make a mad dash out of the animal's way (admittedly there was a fence in between them) but the girl's saw their life flash before their eyes.

Check out the video showing the full story, and know how thankful they are at the sturdiness of the rodeo fence which withstood the full brunt of a charging bull with fresh meat in its eyes. 

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