Wildlife officials in Montana have captured the female grizzly bear who officials believe rampaged through a campground near Yellowstone National Park before dawn on Wednesday morning. Two of the bear’s cubs were also captured.
The mama grizzly, who weighs between 300 and 400 pounds, killed one person and injured two others at the Soda Butte campground around 4 a.m.before campers sought shelter in their vehicles. All the bears, including the cubs, will be euthanized. They are considered a threat after witnessing their mother being aggressive.
Tune in tonight for the full story, including an interview with a survivor of the attack. We’ll also speak with Randy Miller, an animal trainer with Predators in Action who’s cousin was killed in a bear attack two years ago.
Check out that story from “GMA” below.