By Abby Simons
MINNEAPOLIS — Rose Mary Pundsack isn't sure whether time flew or stopped Sunday morning as she stood on a snowbank, desperately trying to coax a half-ton bull away from her husband, who lay helpless with an injured knee.
On Sunday evening, with her 74-year-old husband, Melvin Pundsack, resting a sore knee and the bull safely penned away, she reflected on how a quick-thinking police officer with a Taser may have saved his life. "I keep thinking about how horrible it could have been," she said.
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