A Texas park ranger was pushed into a lake after asking a group to adhere to social distancing rules amid the coronavirus pandemic.
In US news and current events today, the coronavirus pandemic has prompted states to adopt social distancing guidelines, as well as other precautions like wearing face masks in public. Although COVID-19 is still bad in the U.S., anti-lockdown protests are occurring and people are not adhering to social distancing and stay-at-home orders across the country.
In Texas, a park ranger was pushed into a lake after approaching a group that wasn't keeping 6 feet apart during the COVID19 pandemic. Park ranger Cassidy Stillwell was speaking to a group at Commons Ford Ranch Metro Park in Austin, Texas, asking them to adhere to coronavirus social distancing guidelines. The park ranger was then pulled into the water by one of the 25-year-old group members, who was charged with attempted assault on a public servant.
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