Transcript for Bear Responsible for Deadly Yellowstone Attack Likely Found
We're back now with that deadly bear attack in yellowstone national park. They have caught the mom and cub responsible for mauling a man. Also, a mother lucky to be alive after her encounter with bear in Virginia. ABC's kayna Whitworth has the story. Reporter: This morning, yellowstone national park officials say they have captured the grizzly bear and her cubs that attacked 63-year-old lance Crosby. If officials confirmed the bears killed the Montana native, they will be put down. To protect the 3.5 million people who visit the park each year. I don't like all the bear stories I have been hearing, so we had to come back. Reporter: Officials tell me there's only been eight deadly bear attacks here in the last a hundred years. When you come face to face with a bear, they say this spray is your best option. Turn and give it one quick shot. If that doesn't work, unload the whole can. 52-year-old walked away after being attacked over the weekend in Virginia while hiking with three of her children. The bear lunged and we ran. Reporter: This selfie taken just minutes before. When he leapt back on me and had my leg in his mouth and started shaking it I really didn't think it was going to turn out well. Scary. Thank you, kayna. So much more coming up here.
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