Grizzly Bear Charges Group in Yellowstone
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Two people were injured Thursday when a grizzly bear charged a group of hikers in Yellowstone National Park. Four hikers had traveled a few miles down a trail when they spotted a young grizzly bear. A sow grizzly then appeared and charged the group.
Two of the hikers were able to use their bear spray, and both bears fled, the Associated Press reports.
While all four hikers were able to walk out to the trailhead under their own power, one person was taken to the hospital to be treated for bite and claw wounds.
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