Paw you! Brave police rescues a bear that is in the container and then runs away quickly
- A bear is rescued by the sheriff's delegates from a California container
- The bear, named & # 39; T-shirt & # 39; for his white spot on the chest & # 39; was noticed by delegates early Monday after a call about a malfunction
- One officer used a stick to open the lid, while the other lifted it by hand
- Video from the dashboard camera of the delegates finally showed the bear enough room to free himself
- The police say that they have driven this bear before and that he is not friendly
A bear who got stuck in a garbage can was saved by brave agents.
The bear, & # 39; T-shirt & # 39; named because of a large white spot on his chest, was wedged in the container on Kings Beach near the border with California, Nevada early Monday.
While the delegates were patrolling, at about 3 o'clock in the morning a call was made by someone who heard loud noises in a nearby parking lot of the apartment complex, The Los Angeles Times reported.
Representatives Dan Staley and Joe Bertoni of the Sheriff & # 39; s Office of Placer County recorded the & # 39; rescue mission & # 39; of their dashboard camera & # 39; s.
A representative from Placer County (CA) works carefully to lift a container where a bear is trapped
Another assistant sheriff lifts the lid of the waste container so that the bear can jump out easily
A bear is ready for freedom after help from a few sheriff delegates in California
The bear can be seen shooting its head above the trash in search of help.
One police officer uses a long stick to release the catches, while the other officer lifts the lid by hand before he runs away from the bear, who now had enough room to plan his much needed escape.
Police also said on the video that the bear was tagged for monitoring in the wild.
View the video below
A unique rescue mission in California Monday morning for the police, helping a bear get stuck in a garbage bin
After a delicate ordeal, a bear can finally plan his escape from a container
The bear previously has a & # 39; long leg & # 39; of the law.
& # 39; He is a local bear and has previously been in contact with our delegates & # 39 ;, the Placer County Sheriff office published on their Facebook page.
Utilizing that previous knowledge of & # 39; T-shirt & # 39 ;. Sheriff Sergeant Dave Hunt told the Los Angeles Times that it was a bit too close for my taste. He is definitely not a friendly bear. I think he was just tired. & # 39;
Hunt added that the two-minute video of the incident contained no edited part of the bear that swept to the delegates.
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