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A Rhode Island woman had a close encounter with a black bear on Tuesday after he managed to open her car door in a garden in Narragansett, near Camp Varnum

The woman has to fight to keep a massive black bear out of her car after the beast manages to open the door itself

  • A woman had a scary encounter with a black bear who opened her car door
  • The black bear approached her car in Narragansett, Rhode Island
  • Photographs showed that the woman was sitting in the driver's seat and the bear on the passenger's side came to her vehicle
  • The woman had to struggle to close the car door after the bear opened it
  • She was not injured, but Narragansett Animal Control warned of the danger
  • The agency said: & # 39; Black bears can run as fast as around 30 mph. If you keep an eye on it, secure yourself as quickly as possible! & # 39;
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A Rhode Island woman had a close encounter with a black bear on Tuesday after opening her car door.

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The bear approached the woman's vehicle in Narragansett, near Camp Varnum, and she had to fight to close the door of her car and get to safety.

Narragansett Animal Control said the woman was unharmed.

Recordings made during the incident were posted on a Facebook page for the animal protection agency of the city.

A Rhode Island woman had a close encounter with a black bear on Tuesday after he managed to open her car door in a garden in Narragansett, near Camp Varnum

A Rhode Island woman had a close encounter with a black bear on Tuesday after he managed to open her car door in a garden in Narragansett, near Camp Varnum

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One shockingly shared image shows the bear who touches the car and looks into the window.

One of his legs is the door, visible through the side mirror, and the other is braced against the window.

The animal control agency warned of the dangers that black bears can pose if they come into close contact with people.

Referring to photos of the incident, Narragansett Animal Control said: “These were taken this afternoon in a garden near Camp Varnum. The caller is safe! & # 39; The approximate location of the area where the incident occurred is marked on this map

Referring to photos of the incident, Narragansett Animal Control said: “These were taken this afternoon in a garden near Camp Varnum. The caller is safe! & # 39; The approximate location of the area where the incident occurred is marked on this map

Referring to photos of the incident, Narragansett Animal Control said: “These were taken this afternoon in a garden near Camp Varnum. The caller is safe! & # 39; The approximate location of the area where the incident occurred is marked on this map

A series of images shared by Narragansett Animal Control show that the black bear is getting closer to the woman's car before staring out her window
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A series of images shared by Narragansett Animal Control show that the black bear is getting closer to the woman's car before staring out her window

A series of images shared by Narragansett Animal Control show that the black bear is getting closer to the woman's car before staring out her window

& # 39; Black bears can run as fast as around 30 mph. Yes, it's "cool," but it's a bear, a wild animal. If you keep an eye on it, secure yourself as quickly as possible! & # 39; the agency wrote on Facebook on Tuesday.

Referring to photos of the incident, Narragansett Animal Control said: “These were taken this afternoon in a garden near Camp Varnum. The caller is safe! & # 39;

The series of images shows the black bear as it comes closer to the woman's car.

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& # 39; Fortunately, she was able to secure herself in her vehicle after the bear opened the car door and fought to close it from the inside, & # 39; said the desk.

The photos appear to have been taken from the driver's seat, through the passenger's side window

The photos appear to have been taken from the driver's seat, through the passenger's side window

The photos appear to have been taken from the driver's seat, through the passenger's side window

The animal control agency warned of the dangers that black bears can pose if they come into close contact with people. & # 39; Black bears can run as fast as around 30 mph. Yes, it's "cool," but it's a bear, a wild animal. If you keep an eye on it, secure yourself as quickly as possible! & # 39; the agency wrote on Facebook on Tuesday

The animal control agency warned of the dangers that black bears can pose if they come into close contact with people. & # 39; Black bears can run as fast as around 30 mph. Yes, it's "cool," but it's a bear, a wild animal. If you keep an eye on it, secure yourself as quickly as possible! & # 39; the agency wrote on Facebook on Tuesday

The animal control agency warned of the dangers that black bears can pose if they come into close contact with people. & # 39; Black bears can run as fast as around 30 mph. Yes, it's "cool," but it's a bear, a wild animal. If you keep an eye on it, secure yourself as quickly as possible! & # 39; the agency wrote on Facebook on Tuesday

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The photos appear to have been taken from the driver's seat, through the passenger's side window.

The photos also show multiple vehicles in the area, with multiple photos of the bear from a short distance.

The agency did not announce in the post what happened to the bear.

DailyMail.com could not immediately reach the department for comment.

The photos also show multiple vehicles in the area, with multiple photos of the bear from a short distance. The agency did not announce in the post what happened to the bear. DailyMail.com could not immediately reach the department for comment

The photos also show multiple vehicles in the area, with multiple photos of the bear from a short distance. The agency did not announce in the post what happened to the bear. DailyMail.com could not immediately reach the department for comment

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The photos also show multiple vehicles in the area, with multiple photos of the bear from a short distance. The agency did not announce in the post what happened to the bear. DailyMail.com could not immediately reach the department for comment

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