Published: Mon, May 14, 2018
Global Media | By Jackie Banks

Colorado rangers hunt bear that tried to drag away child

Colorado rangers hunt bear that tried to drag away child

Mom told wildlife officers the girl went outside after hearing noises she thought could have been made by a dog.

The girl's father identified her as Kimberly Cyr, saying she will be "fine" following the attack early Sunday morning in Grand Junction, CO. She says the bear dropped the girl after she began screaming at the animal. When she went outside to investigate, she witnessed a large black bear dragging her five-year-old daughter.

"[The girl] has been the calmest person in the room all day long", said pediatric surgeon Dr. Charles Breaux of St. Mary's Medical Center.

The five-year-old girl was attacked by a "big black bear" outside her home. If it is captured, CPW said the bear will be put down.

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The child, whose name was not released, was in a fair condition early Monday at a local hospital, NBC affiliate KKCO said.

Federal and state wildlife officers are using traps in an effort to capture the bear that is now considered unsafe.

"We intend to catch this bear", CPW spokesman added. Wildlife officers are now combing the area for the bear. They said in their statement that a heavy law enforcement presence will be seen throughout the area as they search for the bear.

People living or staying in the Grand Junction area are asked to secure their trash, keep pet food inside, and immediately report any bear sightings to Colorado Parks and Wildlife.

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