Authorities in Pennsylvania worked into the early hours of Wednesday, May 4, to capture a black bear that made its way around the Philadelphia area, including a park and shopping center, on Tuesday, local media said.
Footage posted to Facebook by the Clifton Heights Borough Fire Company early Wednesday morning shows the sedated bear hanging onto a tree outside a home in Clifton Heights, five miles west of downtown Philadelphia, before sliding off and being put onto a tarp by authorities.
The Clifton Heights Borough Police Department said that the bear was captured at 1 am Wednesday morning. “Thanks to the game warden and CHF Co for their assistance in humanely dealing with this animal,” they said. They said the bear would be relocated out of the area. Credit: Clifton Heights Fire Company via Storyful
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- Did he say whiskey?
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- Come on, bub. We're going to get you out of here.
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