A 73-year-old girl was injured after being attacked by a bear in northwest Montana on Sunday.
The state Division of Fish, Wildlife and Parks stated Monday that the bear emerged from dense brush and attacked the girl whereas she was strolling together with her husband and canine round 3 p.m. alongside Path Creek.
The company stated in an announcement that the girl’s husband used bear spray, so the animal moved away from her, they usually all retreated.
The assault occurred north of Polebridge within the nationwide forest.
Polebridge is a small group in Flathead County, about 15 miles south of the U.S.-Canada border.
The wildlife company stated the species of bear has not been confirmed. Montana has each grizzly and black bears.
The injured girl was transported by helicopter to a hospital in Kalispell. Her id has not been recognized, and her situation has not been revealed.