Bear falls from tree

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Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife officers were expecting a nuisance black bear to fall out of a tree after it was tranquilized May 23 between Eighth and Ninth Streets along Pine Street in downtown Steamboat Springs. But the bear got stuck, and the fire department was called to help get the bear down.

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District Wildlife Manager Mike Middleton said the bear is the same one that made headlines in May after it was tranquilized and got stuck in a tree on Pine Street in Old Town Steamboat Springs.

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Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue firefighters got an unusual call Wednesday when a black bear did not fall from the tree in which it was tranquilized.


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