Agent shoots back window to free bear from a car
Raw video: Bear run, after California officer shoots beanbag rounds to break a rear window of the vehicle to the animal to escape in South Lake Tahoe.
An image of the beautiful moments California deputies fired beanbag rounds in a car window for a bear to hit.
The El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office released video footage of their response to a call of a bear caught in a silver sedan. The video is aimed at a driveway of the five cars, a deputy was heard talking to a few people about the bear.
“He seems not very happy,” one person was heard, said the officer.
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“No, he would not be. How big is he?” the officer asked of the people.
“He looks great!” exclaimed.
“Well, that is [because] it is a small car,” the officer said as the others laughed.
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“He has done a little bit of damage there,” the officer continued. “We’re going to try to take him out, because he is not happy at all.”
The officer explained he was going to have to try to break the back window with beanbags. The officer fired four shots before the bear was seen breaking free and frolic of the vehicle, the broken window. The bean bags “consisting of small fabric pillows filled with lead pellets,” according to police.
The sheriff’s office left a warning with the video that people not to leave food in unlocked vehicles.
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