We're going to turn to the dramatic 911 call after a woman was attacked by a 200-pound bear in her own driveway. The call came from her son. It's just been released. And ABC's Linzie Janis has the... See More
We're going to turn to the dramatic 911 call after a woman was attacked by a 200-pound bear in her own driveway. The call came from her son. It's just been released. And ABC's Linzie Janis has the story. I need help in my house. Reporter: This morning, the Hor rowing 911 call made by terry frana's son. She came in screaming. She said a bear attacked her. Reporter: Frana's husband grabbed the phone. She's breathing. She's just traumatized. Where is the animal? They're off in the woods. That they were in the garage. There were three of them. Reporter: Moments earlier, the 45-year-old mother of three says a 200-pound black bear had her head in its jaws. When the bear loosened its grip, she ran. And said while she was being mauled, her phone dialed her husband. He has a voicemail of me just screaming. Reporter: Frana said once inside, all she could think of was her two other children who were still outside. Once I got in the house and I knew they were safe, I felt like I could breathe and calm down. And just know this was a true miracle. Reporter: Overnight, wildlife officials announced they had put down a seventh bear, calling their bold behavior around humans unusual and dangerous. And offering a reward for tips on anyone feeding them. For "Good morning America," Linzie Janis, ABC news, New York.
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