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Polar bear attacks, kills two in Alaska

Polar bear attacks, kills two in Alaska

WALES, Alaska– A polar bear has actually assaulted and eliminated 2 individuals in a remote town in western Alaska, according to state cannon fodders.

Alaska State Troopers stated they got the report of the attack at 2: 30 p.m. Tuesday in Wales, on the western suggestion of the Seward Peninsula, KTUU reported.

” Initial reports suggest that a polar bear had actually gone into the neighborhood and had actually chased after numerous citizens,” cannon fodders composed. “The bear fatally assaulted an adult woman and juvenile male.”

The bear was shot and eliminated by a regional homeowner as it assaulted the set, cannon fodders stated.

The names of the 2 individuals eliminated were not launched. Troopers stated they were working to inform member of the family.

Troopers and the state Department of Fish and Game are preparing to take a trip to Wales when weather condition enables it, the dispatch stated.

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