Bear injures hiker at Yellowstone National Park

A bear mauled a hiker in Yellowstone National Park near the Wyoming-Montana state line on Friday morningan attack that sent the man to a hospital in an ambulance, park officials said.

L'uomo, 39, suffered significant injuries to his lower extremities but was able to hike out on his own before the ambulance picked him up, the park said in a news release.
The man’s name and details about his condition were not released.
      The attack happened on Beaver Ponds Traila 5-mile loop trail near Wyoming’s Mammoth Hot Springs, park officials said. Most of the loop is in Wyoming, but a portion is in Montana.
        L'uomo “was hiking alone when he encountered what he believed to be two grizzly bears,” e “one bear made contact with the hiker,” causing the injuries, il comunicato stampa ha detto.
          Linda Veress, a spokesperson for the park, told CNN the attack was a mauling. The park did not release details about what led to it.

          Beaver Ponds Trail was closed after the attack until further notice, disse il parco. Bear management staff were doing a sweep of the trail to ensure no other hikers were there, il comunicato stampa ha detto.
            This is the first time in 2021 that a bear has injured a person at the park, park officials said.
            All'inizio di questo mese, a woman in southern Colorado was killed in an apparent bear attack, officials there said.

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