Girl Pushes Bear Over Fence

Girl Pushes Bear Over Fence

Girl Pushes Bear Over Fence

"I run to see what they're barking at and it's not a dog - it's a bear", she told KTLA. A viral home surveillance footage on social media shows a bear with its two cubs entering a backyard through a wall when the pups come barking at it. She and the other dogs then run out of the video frame. "She's a baby", Hailey said. Several cubs also appear to be with the larger animal, suggesting that it's a mother bear.

According to Snopes, the video was viewed almost 10 million times in the first six hours after it was posted on TikTok.

Hailey ran over and pushed the bear back from the fence, before grabbing her dogs and running inside. Praising her daughter, Hailey, for her superhuman strength, the mother added on Instagram, "My child did not even think, she just ran to save them".

In 2007, an 11-year-old boy was snatched from his family's tent and killed in a rare bear attack in Utah's Wasatch Mountains. "How's your Memorial Day?".

"So, I go over to the bear, and I look it in the eyes", she says.

A California woman appeared to push a brown bear off her fence to save her dogs
At least two bear cubs were with the brown bear during the video

Though a few others were concerned about the bear's wellbeing, with people saying she was also protecting her babies. "And as her slave, I have to protect her".

The Daily Mail reported that in a TikTok video posted following the incident, Morinico said of the bear, "To be honest I don't think I pushed her that hard, I just pushed her enough to lose her balance".

Morinico's cousin posted a video of the teen's heroic act Monday to TikTok, and it has since been viewed more than 44 million times.

"I love bears so much however, if I saw a bear attacking my dogs and I had the opportunity to shove it off of a wall in order to get my dogs to safety I wouldn't waste a second of that time to do just that". The bear was about to step into her backyard and there was a possibility that this could mean danger for her family dogs, who were barking to raise alarm as it tried to intrude on the property.

The teenager said she escaped with only a sprained finger and a scraped knee but wouldn't advise anyone to follow her example.

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