A young woman from Hay River, N.W.T., was flown to hospital in Edmonton after being mauled by a bear early Friday morning. The attack happened near the home of Roy Helmer, who managed to hit the animal with a concrete statue and drag the victim to safety.
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Nedez Explorer — Level 11 says:
That's not humane. There could be traces of deadly exudes leaving the dead body into the atmosphere from where it gets inhaled into the body. What kind of profit making venture is this store owner running that warrants such action? Surely disappointing1 month ago
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