"She was hunting us, with the intention of killing us and eating us," said survivor Deb Freele after being mauled by a grizzly at Yellowstone last week. The bear broke her arm and left her with bite wounds requiring surgery. It stopped the attack when Freele played dead. A man named Ronald Singer was also injured. His fighting, and his girlfriend's screams, seem to have discouraged the bear.
The bear killed another man.
Officials verified that the bear they trapped was the correct one through tent fibers in its scat, a broken tooth left at the site of one attack, and now, as the video mentions, through DNA.
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See Wayne Allison's grizzly bear photos.