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Old 07-13-2015, 08:18 PM   #1
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Be careful not to hit an Elk or Deer in ID

But now, be careful of bears....

Car hits bear on I-15 | News - Home
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I'm surprised that's all the damage to the car. A co-worker of mine hit a bear with her motorcycle about 15 years ago. She was pretty seriously injured in that one. Luckily she's ok today. Glad neither of the people in the car were hurt and they quickly euthanized the hurt bear so he wouldn't suffer.
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