Resourceful delegates help a bear to escape from a car using rope to open the door after the hungry animal got stuck in the vehicle while searching for food
- Bear got stuck in a car in San Miguel County, Colorado on Tuesday night
- Sheriff & # 39; s delegates can be seen in the video that links a rope to a door handle on the car
- Then pull the rope from a safe distance and free the bear walking in the forest
- The bear was thought to have climbed into the car in search of food
- Delegates say the bear has caused damage to the vehicle and warned car owners to close their doors
A bear stuck in a car in San Miguel County, Colorado, was helped out of his predicament by the sheriff's delegates.
The bear, thought to have entered the car in search of food, got locked up on Tuesday night and could not get out.
Delegates say he has caused significant damage to the vehicle, as reported by CBS Denver.
San Miguel County Sheriff & # 39; s deputies and Telluride deputy Marshals helped the animal by tying a rope to a door handle on the car
They pull the rope from a distance, the door opens and the bear can escape
A video shows resourceful delegates from the San Miguel County sheriff's office and Telluride deputy Marshals who carefully liberate him.
An assistant sheriff is shown tying a rope to the car door, assisted by his colleagues, including another deputy who is lighting a torch.
After the rope is attached securely, they then retreat at a safe distance and tighten tightly.
A silhouette of the bear, similar to the driver's seat, is visible.
He is gone! It is thought that the bear got into the car in search of food. & # 39; A captive bear is an angry bear that can endanger people in the neighborhood, & # 39; warned the San Miguel County sheriff's office
The door opens with a sharp jerk and the bear takes a moment to look at his surroundings, sniffs up, before he carefully steps out of the car.
The bear enjoys his freedom and goes to a wooded area.
The delegates see returning to the car to remove the rope and undoubtedly determine any damage.
The newly liberated bear goes to a wooded area. The police have warned motorists to ensure that they lock their car doors to prevent hungry bears determined to find a meal,
The police have warned motorists to ensure that they lock their car doors to prevent hungry bears who are determined to find a meal from entering.
& # 39; Bears can and will break into your vehicle if they smell something of interest to them. This can be a scent that remains from food that is no longer in the vehicle, or even lip balm, & # 39; warned the San Miguel County Sheriff's office.
& # 39; A captive bear is an angry bear that can endanger people in the neighborhood & # 39;
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