Two bear attacks in days, second victim led UA class   Leave a comment

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Craig Medred

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UPDATED  —  The problems for University of Alaska outdoor programs continue. Less than three weeks after an avalanche in the Alaska Range caught all of the instructors and students in a University of Alaska Fairbanks mountaineering class, Alaska State Troopers are reporting a man mauled by a bear near Haines was an instructor for the University of Alaska-Southeast mountaineering program.

The “Fairbanks man was airlifted to an Anchorage hospital from Haines on Monday afternoon after being mauled by a bear nine miles west of town,” reported local radio station KHNS. Troopers identified him as 35-year-old Forest Wagner. Wagner was leading a Mountaineering I class on a four-day outing to the slopes of 6,405-foot Mount Emmerich.

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Posted April 22, 2016 by aurorawatcherak in Uncategorized

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