Trapped Bear Is Freed From Subaru The bear got into the Subaru but it couldn't get out. A sheriff's deputy decided to open the hatch and stand clear, while another deputy waited with a shotgun just in case.

Trapped Bear Is Freed From Subaru

Trapped Bear Is Freed From Subaru

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The bear got into the Subaru but it couldn't get out. A sheriff's deputy decided to open the hatch and stand clear, while another deputy waited with a shotgun just in case.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. There's a mystery in Golden, Colo. Nobody knows how a bear got stuck in a Subaru. Police received a call about this bear. However it got in, it could not get out. A sheriff's deputy decided to open the hatch and stand clear while another deputy waited with a shotgun, just in case. Now the bear is gone, leaving deputies with only a little forensic evidence to explore - shredded upholstery and snout marks on the windshield. It's MORNING EDITION.

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