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An Alaska woman was mauled by a grizzly bear when she and her co-worker went for a run. The two women rounded a corner and may have startled the bear, causing it to step out of the brush and maul one of the women. The other woman ran to seek help. Wildlife officials temporarily shut the trail down to check for other circumstances that could have caused the bear to be aggressive, such as an animal carcass nearby.

Read more about this recent grizzly bear attack.

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