Michael Naylor rescued Warren A. Deacon from an attacking bull, Ascot, Quebec, November 25, 1994. Deacon, 47, was leading a 2,600-pound bull through a pasture on his farm when the bull suddenly turned on him and butted him in the back, knocking him to the ground. The bull then resumed its attack, butting and stomping him. Deacon called to Naylor, 23, who, employed as a hand on the farm, was working on a fence several hundred feet away. Naylor ran to the scene and with the hammer that he had taken with him struck the bull repeatedly on the head. The bull turned to Naylor and chased him for a short distance before resuming its attack on Deacon. Naylor repeated attempts to divert the bull, allowing Deacon to find refuge in a nearby cattle feeder. The bull kept up its assault, lifting the feeder and attempting to reach Deacon through the feeder’s sides. Naylor, meanwhile, ran to where Deacon’s pickup truck was parked, then drove to the feeder. He used the truck to get the bull away from the feeder, thus enabling Deacon to leave the feeder for the truck. Naylor then drove Deacon from the pasture and summoned help. Deacon required extensive hospitalization for treatment, including surgery, of severe injuries.