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August 09, 2007

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Alaska Hunters Rescue Severely Mauled Friend

Details of a horrific grizzly attack that left an Alaska moose hunter’s legs mangled aren’t clear at this point. What is apparent is that his hunting partners, who made a leg tourniquet with a belt strap and fashioned a splint from branches to keep their friend’s legs together below the knees, probably saved his life—and maybe his legs. Check out this full story here.

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MARK RODENBERG

Want to read a book that will make the hair stand up on the back of your neck? "ALASKAN BEAR TALES"




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