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.

그 남자, 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.
        그 남자 “was hiking alone when he encountered what he believed to be two grizzly bears,” 과 “one bear made contact with the hiker,” causing the injuries, 보도 자료는 말했다.
          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, 공원이 말했다. Bear management staff were doing a sweep of the trail to ensure no other hikers were there, 보도 자료는 말했다.
            처음으로 2021 that a bear has injured a person at the park, park officials said.
            이번달 초, a woman in southern Colorado was killed in an apparent bear attack, officials there said.




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