Yellowstone Investigating Bear Encounter
Written by Wyatt Burichka on July 29, 2021
UPDATE (July 29):
The women in the video has been identified and is now facing charges. It was first reported by the Billings Gazette.
By now you have seen the video or read about the women and bear encounter at Yellowstone National Park. But now Yellowstone is looking into it. The video was first released on May 12 where Mac Morey covered the story.
CLOSE ENCOUNTER: Video shows bear charge toward woman at Yellowstone National Park https://t.co/dCz2TcFLTn
— ABC7 Eyewitness News (@ABC7) May 13, 2021
The park is asking for the identification of the women in the video. The women in the video did not appear to be harmed.
Yellowstone does not allow visitors to feed bears or be within 100 feet of bears even to take a photo of them. Safety advice for bears in Yellowstone can be found on the Nation Park Service website.
More information about this story can be found at Pix11.com