A bear climbed over the guardrail in California as it stumbled with oncoming traffic when it was crossing the road. It was left trapped 100 feet in the air as it grabbed on to the support beams underneath.
Robert Brooks, an officer from Truckee animal control, was afraid that the bear would fall down, so, he decided to help it with the help of his partners. So, they used a big net to hold the bear on it, and rigged it with pulleys and ropes by some volunteers’ help.
They were able to take the bear down by using a tranquilizer dart. One officer took lowered the bear to the net without any harm. Thanks to these rescuers. Watch the video below.
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