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Bear attacks woman in Leavenworth WA

easyrider

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A black bear attacked a woman in Leavenworth at Enchantment Park in front of the Worldmark. Last Saturday was the end of Octoberfest and it does quiet down a little between Octoberfest and Christmas Lighting. Anyway, the lady survived and the bear was euthanized and her cubs have been sent to PAWS. It's really a rare thing for this to happen there, imo. Probably has something to do with the wild fires causing animals to migrate.

Bill

 

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To the OP, Thanks for sharing this sad story for that black bear and for the woman that was attack.
 
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